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Nobody will complain if you serve wine at a party but they will think about it for sure. Here are a few guidelines you can follow to make sure the wine you serve is the best it can be for your guests


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The history of the Michelin Guide with a recipe of an appetizer she enjoyed at a Michelin star restaurant in Bordeaux


Prosecco Paradise. A Wine With A Sparkling History

All you wanted to know about the sparkling history and origins of Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore.


Pinot Noir – Pleasing But Petulant

The Sommelier India Tasting Panel recently assessed Pinot Noir wines available in India from around the world. The wines were tasted blind and rated


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Some of the most iconic Cocktail Bars are setting up operations at ultra-luxury resorts in breathtaking locations not too far from India. In partnership with internationally acclaimed mixologists from


The Wine Glossary For Every Wine Lover

A perfect wine glossary for every wine lover. The glossary includes major words that you come across in your wine reading but may not know the meaning of


Health Benefits Of Alcohol Called Into Question!

Just when you may have thought that the debate on the health benefits of drinking alcohol had been put to rest, it has flamed up once more. A new study concludes that no amount of alcohol consumption

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Wines Of Germany, A Rheinhessen Renaissance

A new spirit of experimentation has lifted the Rheinhessen region out of the doldrums, with potential to become one of the jewels in Germany’s vinous crown


Chateau D’etroyes: Where Burgundy Meets India

Fine burgundies, made for 300 years by a single French family, are all set to bring joy to Indian wine lovers. Discover what Chateau d’Etroyes is doing

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