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Antica Bottega del Vino Bags Wine Spectator’s Grand Award 19th Time
Antica Bottega del Vino in Verona, owned by the ‘Twelve Historical Families’ of Valpolicella, is an iconic restaurant in Verona specializing in wine and Italian food, and is one of the 6 Restaurants in Italy that has won the prestigious Wine Spectator’s Grand Award for the nineteenth year in a row this year, writes Subhash Arora who was privileged to be part of a private wine dinner organised in the basement in 2005 during the Vinitaly Concorso and was bedazzled by the wines and the impressive Wine List
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Artusi Ristorante Gurgaon back with mouth-watering Sunday Brunches
The Leading Italian Gastronomy Restaurant Artusi introduced in Gurgaon today a Sunday Brunch for the lovers of Italian food in the NCR region, with a multi-course Menu served individually plated at your table with a range of Prosecco and other Italian red and white wines at Rs. 1290+ each per bottle, with the Buffet costing only Rs. 1990 ++, writes Subhash Arora who strongly recommends the combo for foodies and gourmets of Italian cuisine
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Masterclass: Wines with a Twist at Italics Wine Club Dinner @Diva
The Masterclass of Italian Wines organised on March 3 by Il Dolce Vino for members of Italics Wine Club, added a lot of colour with wines from food and wine specialist companies- Bernelli, Borgofulvia, Essentia and a relatively new family estate in Lipari island in Sicily, Tenuta di Castellaro, matched with the equally delicious cuisine at the Diva Restaurant at the Italian Embassy, writes Cav. Subhash Arora who conducted the Masterclass with Luca Bernardini from Indo- Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
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Cornucopia of Hungarian wines and food at Hotel Claridges
A successful buffet dinner that was a bounty of Hungarian wines and food, including the famous Tokaj and the red Rhapsody from Eger, which laid the foundation for similar gastronomical delights in future, was organised by Liszt Institute- headed by Dr. Mariann Erdo at The Claridges recently, with the marketing support from Indian Wine Academy (IWA) inviting around 40 right profiled guests to this unique experience. Subhash Arora, President of IWA reports
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5th edition of November 16 -Indian Wine Day Celebrated across India –Part 1
The 5th edition of Indian Wine Day-16 November, conceptualised and organized by the Indian Wine Academy, made progress this year, with more producers and restaurants on board, even as the original collaborator, the Lalit Group of Hotels opted out, writes Subhash Arora who attended the Dinners in Chennai and Delhi NCR though Bangalore, Durgapur and Mumbai also saw action and feels it is only the tip of the iceberg and visualises it as big, Pan India wine festival to celebrate Indian wines, with wineries directly involved
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IICCI: Divine Food and Wine Match at Masterclass @Diva_Italian
After a few aborted attempts to have an Italian Wine Masterclass during the current Pandemic, the Indo- Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (IICCI) was finally able to organise one on July 9 at the Diva Restaurant at the Italian Embassy, New Delhi, conducted by Cavaliere Subhash Arora, aided by Luca Bernardini in Italy, who took the select few invitees on a virtual and tactile visit to Veneto, Emilia Romagna and Apulia (Puglia) with 4 wines and the food that was truly a divine match with these wines
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Delhi Wine Club Roars again after Battery Recharge
After 11 months of inactivity post the maiden wine dinner by Sourish Bhattacharyya as the new President after Founder President Subhash Arora took voluntary retirement in January 2020 after 18 years and 300 events, the club had a mesmerizing evening with full-house at the Olive Bar and Restaurant on 17 March with premier wines like M/S and Sette from Fratelli and a Menu crafted brilliantly by Head Chef Dhruv Oberoi, writes Ranganathan Parthiban, the Club President
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Restaurant: Nadodi in Kuala Lumpur Rewarding Experience not only for Nomads
Nadodi Restaurant in Kuala Lumpur offering modern South Indian cuisine elevating rustic ingredients and traditional dishes using modern gastronomic techniques and presenting them with sensorial flair, was a rewarding experience for our guest writer Yegas Naidoo from South Africa with South Indian lineage and she feels it could replace the now shut-down Gaggan in Bangkok in winning accolades but feels the wine experience could be better
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Delhi Wine Club: Subhash Arora retires 300 Not Out at Champagne Brunch at Pullman
Delhi Wine Club celebrated its 300th wine event with aplomb as a Champagne Brunch at the Pluck Restaurant at Pullman New Delhi Aerocity on January 11, during which President Subhash Arora who founded the club in 2002 and nurtured it for 18 years, stepped aside and Sourish Bhattacharyya took over as the President, with the restaurant filled to capacity engaging with the members thanks also to its delicious cuisine and Champagne Devaux D and red and white still wines, writes Arora
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Mesa: Delhi Wine Club showcases Italian Wines at 299th Event
The 299th dinner of the Delhi Wine Club was the first one in a genuine wine bistro, Mesa at Aerocity where food is also delicious with good variety and reasonable prices for wine and food, and where a range of four Italian wines from Veneto and Piedmont were poured last month, reports Subhash Arora, President of the Club who feels that this wine bistro is what it takes for wine lovers to enjoy multiple wines without burning a hole in the pocket
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J’NOON creates JOSH at Indian Wine Day Pop Dinner (#297) at OKO
Members of the Delhi Wine Club were full of praise and excitement for Fratelli Vineyards’ J’NOON red, India’s most expensive wine, at the second Pop-up dinner at OKO Restaurant at the Lalit New Delhi, as a run up to the Indian Wine Day on November 16. This also demonstrated that Indian wines could also be a good match with Pan Asian food, writes Subhash Arora, President of Indian Wine Academy which organizes the Day on November 16 at the Lalit
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Italics Wine Club: Three Barberas and a Masterclass
At the Italics Wine Club dinner organised for the Angels of Italian Wines at Cafe Diva, Embassy of Italy, with 5 wines including Prosecco Val d’Oca and a Chardonnay from Io Mazzucato in Veneto, it was an opportunity to showcase Barbera wines from its native Piemonte, writes Cavaliere Subhash Arora who had selected 3 Barberas for the short Masterclass to highlight the third highest grown grape of Italy, itching to get the same respect as its cousins Barbaresco and Barolo through DOCG Nizza. Established in 2014
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DWC Dinner: Sula Wines Slap on Face of Indian Wine Snobs
The Delhi Wine Club pop-up dinner (#296) with Sula wines to officially mark the announcement of the 3rd edition of Indian Wine Day at the Lalit on November 16, was truly a slap on the face of Indian wine snobs who don’t believe Indian wines have a place on their table, writes Subhash Arora who opines that the quality of Indian wines has improved tremendously with modern techniques and the realisation by the producers that quality is a must if they want to survive in the market
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DWC Dinner: Spice Market Rendezvous for Swad Indian Cuisine with Wine
The 295th Dinner of the Delhi Wine Club was a private event organised at the scaled down version of the restaurant earlier known as Gulati Spice Market but now truncated to Spice Market, with the reduced space and good example of why the fans would love it even more as new finger-licking delicious dishes have been added, writes Subhash Arora who felt that the sparkling wines from Luxembourg and Italy matched very well with the dishes on the Menu
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DWC Dinner (#294): Olive with delicious Cheese, Wine, Food & Bonhomie
Olive Bar and Kitchen is celebrating 15th Anniversary at their Qutab property and Delhi Wine Club joined the celebration with the 294th wine dinner with a special progressive Mediterranean Menu crafted by Chef Dhruv Oberoi based on the new recipes and classic favourites encompassing 15 years of culinary experience, writes Delhi Wine Club founder President Subhash Arora who had selected wines from Australasia, imported by Phoenix Wines to match the food
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