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Bigger Bang for the Buck

Bigger Bang for the Buck

TIGNANELLO: Drink Tuscan VFM Wine at Hyatt Delhi for Value
For budding connoisseurs of Italian wines, Tignanello is an excellent choice of value-for-money, high quality wine from Antinori and if you are in a mood to splurge in a

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Australia’s First Families of Wine Celebrates 10th Anniversary with a Book
Brown Brothers, Tahbilk, Campbells, Yalumba, Henschke, d’Arenberg, Tyrrell’s, Taylors, Jim Barry, McWilliams and Howard

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We Recommend

We Recommend

Sula Dindori Reserve Viognier 2018
With November being the Indian Wine Day (Nov. 16) month, we feature an Indian wine and what better to recommend than what we tasted at the Kimono Club where we Charles Donnadieu, the Corporate

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Wine & Food Travel

Wine & Food Travel

BRWSC 2019: Visiting Ningxia Wineries in Helan Mountain East in China
Ningxia has become a brand as popular as Barolo, Brunello, Burgundy or Barossa with the eastern foothill of Helan Mountain recognized as one of the most suitable

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Wine & Food Feature

Wine & Food Feature

Global Warming: Times they Are- a- Changin’
Never before was the need to understand the impact of global warming so urgent as today and as the song by Bob Dylan suggests, ‘you better start swimming or you

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Blog

Blog

James Suckling and High Ratings
I am swamped with mails from producers around the world, who send me their commercial emails with prices and almost always ratings of wine critics-most of them from James Suckling who is riding

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Restaurant Feature

Restaurant Feature

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

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Hotel

Hotel

Bad Ragaz: Grand Swiss Spa Resort for Wine and Health
The Grand Resort Bad Ragaz, a super luxury Wellbeing & Medical Health Resort in the hot springs town of Bad Ragaz is a dream destination for the affluent who

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Star Chef

Star Chef

Star Chefs: Chef Yenjai Suthiwaja of Neung Roi
The secret of success of Neung Roi at the Radisson Blu Plaza, rated as the best Thai cuisine Restaurant in Delhi, has been an elaborate procedure in the selection of

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Star Interview

Star Interview

Ian Harris, the dynamic CEO of WSET visits India
WSET is undoubtedly the most popular wine course, though nor recognised by any university, in India with about 1200 students opting for at least one of the streams in

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OIV: Estimates of World Wine Production in 2019 show Drop of 10%
After an exceptionally high wine production volume in 2018, the 2019 production, estimated at 263 mhl is back to the average level of recent years with the production

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Tuscan Tasting 2019: Visiting Vino Nobile di Montepulciano and Bindella Estate

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Prowein 2020: Not only India, the World is going Dry

Adventurism by various States to make India look like becoming a Dry country with zero alcohol consumption may not succeed but due to a variety of reasons, some of the world’s top sweet wine regions like Sauternes, Mosel and Tokaj are tilting towards Dry with zero residual sugar, according to a Report by Prowein which will showcase some of these wines at its 26th edition to be held in Düsseldorf on 15-17 March, 2020, writes Subhash Arora

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Greece: The Wine Word in Greek

Greece had not been making quality wines till a few years ago but now several small size wineries have come up with high quality as the objective and with so many local interesting grapes available, they are ready to find their place on the international shelves, writes Dan Traucki who attended a Masterclass by Yiannis

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Winemakers from Chapel Hill and Amelia Park Australia

Michael Fragos and Jeremy Gordon, the young highly regarded and awarded winemakers from Chapel Hill Winery in McLaren Vale and Amelia Park in Margaret River, Western Australia were in India last week when Subhash Arora met them at Cirrus 9 Bar at the Oberoi, New Delhi at an evening of tête-à-tête with them by

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Senator Wines of Romania at Romanian Residence

Romania may not be well-known in India as a wine producer but it is one of the oldest wine regions in the world, now a part of EU since 2007 and follows European Wine Laws with 34 PDO’s and despite being under the communist regime till 1989, it has bounced back with quality wines and substantial foreign

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