To say that these the two indigenous Greek varietals came as a surprise would be an understatement. This was the first time I tried Xynomavro and Agiorgitiko wines. Continue reading Going Grecian
Kerala-based company has taken up the mantle of proving Indian rum’s mettle
(watch out Old Monk). Following the trend of launching quality Indian spirits brand internationally, they too launched Wild Tiger rum in UK in November last year. Continue reading Roar of the Wild Tiger
Shots are a great way to consume Jägermeister, I have it from the most official source – the liqueur’s brand ambassador – Nils Boese, so don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. Continue reading I Hate Jäger Bomb!
The second day of the Champagne sojourn began with a visit to Comité Interprofessionnel du Vin de Champagne (CIVC) HQ in Epernay. The Maison de la Champagne held answers to my questions regarding the Champagne history, culture and future. For a drink which has such a celebratory persona attached to it, the people behind are … Continue reading The Champagne campaign (Part two of two)
For any wine aficionado, a journey into the old world wine country is a holy grail of sorts. Depending on the personal bent of mind, Bordeaux will conquer Loire, so on and so forth, but the highest high is perhaps the land of the effervescence emanating king of sparkling wines – Champagne. My invitation came … Continue reading The Champagne campaign (Part one of two)
Indian wines have been in the spotlight for a while now; for reasons good or bad is another story in itself. The biggest trouble is as simple as the fact that people do not know what to buy. To top that, the nearby ‘wine shop’ in your locality will not be able to help you … Continue reading Aryan delights