Gin – a Tale of Flavors

Gin in made from highly rectified neutral spirit that has been flavored with range of botanicals of which the most important is Juniper.

Reborn – Orange Wine

“Orange wine an old era of wine making is reborn in 21st Century, (Ancient treasure is rediscovered) Claims its standout from other 3 major categories of still wine White, Red, Rose”

What is Sake

Often Sake is been mistaken with other type of alcoholic beverages, Some times Sake is identified as Rice wine or Spirit (Due to its high alcohol content comparatively with Wine) or even known as special kind of beer, and therefore this article will explain why sake cannot be accurately considered as a special kind of beer, Spirits or (Rice) wine.

Saint Romano Levi

A story of 17 years old boy and his sister, And their dedication of Life towards Grappa and Craftsmanship.

Inspiring Moments of Sommelier Life

In my view Master class on wines are the perfect way for all wine enthusiasts to gain a better understanding and appreciation of wine, whilst developing an adventurous and critical palate by studying some of the key winemaking processes, regions and food pairings in a lively and friendly, yet studious series of sessions. During the…

A View to Biodynamic wine

The concept behind biodynamics is that everything in the universe is interconnected and gives off a resonance or ‘vibe’. The interconnectivity of everything even includes celestial bodies like the moon, planets and stars. Biodynamic viticulture is the practice of balancing this resonance between vine, man, earth and stars. Essentially, biodynamics is a holistic view of agriculture.

Styles of Sake

Japan’s National Drink Sake is a Japanese rice wine made by fermenting rice that has been polished to remove the bran. Sake is produced by a brewing process more like that of beer, where the starch is converted into sugars before being converted to alcohol. In the Japanese language, the word “sake” (酒, “liquor”, also pronounced shu) can refer to any alcoholic drink, while the beverage…

My Thirst to taste Indian Wine

Being a sommelier from India, since I started my career as a Professional Sommelier. It was always embarrassment/discomfort that I have not tasted a wine from India. In earlier stage of my hospitality career I drunk few Indian wines, but I won’t count his as a tasting rather I would say I drunk because I…

Glass of Wine and Six Senses

This Blog will guide you to know how to engage all your six senses with a Glass of Wine. and explains how its works and how to improve.

Be ready to taste Wine!

This Blog will give clear idea about the pre preparation and ideal conditions which needs for Wine tasting.