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Domenico Clerico

One of the renegade band of winemakers known as the “Barolo Boys,” Domenico Clerico started his career as a progressive winemaker, breaking from traditional Barolo protocol to make terroir-driven, long aging yet approachable Barolo wines. Robert Parker Wine Advocate reviews this wine as…”the 2007 Barolo Ciabot Mentin is one of the greatest wines I have […]

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Nouveau Beaujolais Day

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Indian Sauvignon Blanc

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Buzz around white wine and tannins

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Family bonding over Cotes Du Rhone Blanc Reserve

Une réunion de famille Empty nesters are what parents become once their children grow up and leave home to carve out a niche for themselves, often on a work assignment in a different city. Being one of the ilk we were delighted when our son joined us at home for a family reunion – une […]

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Wilhelm Armberg’s The Maid

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An array of winemaking activities – from vineyard to bottling to tasting at Grover Zampa Vineyards

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A rainy evening with Riesling and pasta

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Indian Theatre, German Riesling and a rainy evening

The rainy in spell came unannounced. A week into October, the weather had been nippy already hinting at an early arrival of winters. It was pouring heavily by the time we reached the LTG Auditorium at heart of New Delhi. The watch showed half past three in afternoon. Still half an hour to go for […]

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Dante Di Fiorenza – a Chianti which pairs well with Indian kebabs and tikkas

For all those who are curious (or even suspicious) about pairing international wines with Indian grub, I recommend to please try out the wine and food mentioned in this post. But first let’s talk about the wine. Chianti The most commonly consumed wine in Italy, and interestingly, the most commonly consumed Italian wine in the […]