Indian wines have evoked a lot of interest worldwide of late. From being listed in Michelin starred restaurants to rubbing shoulders with international peers on retail shelves, the buzz on Indian wines continues to grow. And with that, wine events
It is not enough to be a country’s largest wine producer. You’ve got to keep expanding the ambit to ensure a continuing customer outreach. Sula Selections, the import division of Sula wines of India seems to be following this approach
You need good reason to celebrate another country’s independence day. If that reason hinges on wine and food, all the better. This July, it was the third year in a row that I conducted a French wine and cuisine experience
Jacob's Creek is India's best known Australian wine. The brand that came into being in 1976, is owned by the multi-national wine and spirits giant Pernod-Ricard and is named after a place in South Australia where a gentleman called Johann
Choosing the top sommelier from a country as large as a continent is not an easy job. It entails sifting through reams of applications, shortlisting the eligible candidates, orienting them towards the championship and conducting the acid test itself. Recently,
Chilling out- Nature style Wine tasting in the lap of Himalayas? It probably doesn’t get fresher than that! I started the Year 2014 on a work cum pleasure trip to the sleepy hamlet of Bhatelia, a couple of kilometers ahead
A "women only" wine appreciation session, Diva’s date with Wine saw the participation of women from many walks of life- from Corporate Honchos to an Artist, a Curator, a Tarot expert, a Doctor and many more...