No. 829 : : November 05, 2019

Assistant Editor : Natasha Vohra

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Restaurant Feature: J’NOON creates JOSH at Indian Wine Day Pop Dinner (#297) at OKO
Oct 31: 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

We Recommend: Sula Dindori Reserve Viognier 2018
Nov 05: 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 Sommelier of The Lalit Hotel partnering Indian Wine Academy for the Indian Wine Day, and I insisting on an Indian wine and finding Sula Dindori Reserve Viognier 2018 a perfect match for the various dishes we tasted, writes Subhash Arora

India- EU Foreign Trade Agreement Talks might restart soon
Oct 30: When the Prime Minister of a country like India, Mr. Modi personally tells the visiting European Parliamentarians invited to visit Jammy & Kashmir, it is time to start thinking of the India-EU dialogue starting seriously once again, after the talks in the final round were suspended by the previous government in 2013, writes Subhash Arora who does not foresee any serious dialogue before the Brexit issue is settled and does not see

OIV: Estimates of World Wine Production in 2019 show Drop of 10%
Nov 01: 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 being in line with the average of 2008-2019, according to Pau Roca, the Director General of the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV) during the press conference held at the headquarters of OIV in Paris yesterday, reports Subhash Arora 2019 world wine production

Australia’s First Families of Wine Celebrates 10th Anniversary with a Book
Nov 01: Brown Brothers, Tahbilk, Campbells, Yalumba, Henschke, d’Arenberg, Tyrrell’s, Taylors, Jim Barry, McWilliams and Howard Park, the eleven family-owned high quality producers which banded together in 2009 to form Australia’s First Families of Wine, celebrate their 10th anniversary this year with a luxe coffee table book- ‘Australia’s First Families of Wine’ to be released on November 5, reports Subhash Arora. With 5,000 hAs of vines in control

New York Celebrity Sommelier in MeToo Quagmire
Nov 03: In what might explode into a classic case of #MeToo episode, a well known Sommelier dubbed as the Best New Somm and the future leader of the $300 billion global business, working in an upmarket New York Restaurant has been accused of sexual assaults by 4 women, writes Subhash Arora who fears this could happen soon in India too where budding women Sommeliers could be exploited and who may keep quiet, fearing for their careers but

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