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Food & Wine Articles by Sourish Bhattacharyya

Restaurant Review: The China Kitchen at Hyatt
Sichuan's gods have heard our prayers. For those of us pining for Sichuan classics without the Kashmiri red chillies and Punjabi garam masala, there's finally a place to spend an extended evening digging into scintillating food, writes SOURISH BHATTACHARYYA
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Wine Dinner: Special Treat for a Special Anniversary
When the Delhi Wine Club raised yet another toast to its most significant milestone yet - its fifth anniversary - this past Sunday, the Hyatt pulled out all the stops to serve a truly memorable meal where the highlight was the city's first exposure to Uruguayan wines, writes SOURISH BHATTACHARYYA
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APEDA Chief Highlights Dynamism of India’s Market-Oriented Agriculture
As Indian farmers discover the advantages of integrating with the world economy, the country's premier agricultural and food products processing agency is equipping them with the knowledge they need to become leaders in the new marketplace, says Sourish Bhattacharyya from IFE-Poland
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Satnam Overseas Eyes Global Market for Multi-Cultural Foods
In the new global marketplace, multi-cultural foods have ceased to be exotic. They have moved to the mainstream table, says Sanjiva Rishi of Satnam Overseas. A report by Sourish Bhattacharyya
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Passion Drives India's Own Wine Advocate
Aakash Singh Rathore spent two years taking nerve-jangling rides on rural roads to discover some gems and plenty of warts in India's fledgling wine industry. Sourish Bhattacharyya meets the writer of the no-holds-barred guide to Indian wines.
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A Wine Enthusiast's Discovery of India
The man who brought pizzazz to America's wine-drinking culture and the publisher of the world's No. 2 wine magazine falls in love with Indian offerings. Adam Strum speaks to SOURISH BHATTACHARYYA
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Wine & Cheese Don't Make A Party
If US research is to be believed, wine and cheese isn't exactly a marriage made in heaven. Sourish Bhattacharyya couldn't agree more, but he's also fascinated by the prospect of scientific research reducing the elements of subjectivity and cultural bias in wine and food pairings.
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Bollywood's New Heroine Savours Her Glass of Wine
The world's most prolific film industry, which made VAT 69 a national symbol and Johnnie Walker the screen name of its most loved comedian, is making wine a fashion statement for the women who flock to see its products, says SOURISH BHATTACHARYYA
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600 Items, No Wine, In India-Chile Trade Pact
Wine, a product which Chile takes pride in exporting, does not figure in the list of items allowed by India for imports from the South American country under the Preferential Trade Agreement (PTA) signed by the two last week, reports quoting The Hindu Businessline.
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Engerer Explains Latour’s Obsession With Quality
The Bordeaux First Growth's Monsieur President dislikes the word technology. Excellence and quality are words that come more naturally to him. Sourish Bhattacharyya finds out why
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