There’s wine that is fit for a king and there’s wine that only a king can afford. Here are the 5 costliest wines in the world that are truly fit for a king.
Tokyo Mon Amor by Le Bistro du Parc and Guppy By Ai brings a rare amalgamation of French and Japanese cuisines for an eclectic experience.
Champagne is the drink of celebration. There are those who can afford to indulge regularly, and then there are those who covet it. In 2015, UNESCO granted it a World Heritage status. It is also the drink of reconciliation, according to Michel Drappier, the Drappier family scion whose name is on every bottle that comes […]
Cecilia Oldne, Brand Ambassador and VP of imports business at Sula talks to Jaswinder Singh about the journey and future plans in an exclusive interview with Chef at Large.
Rara Avis is an unassuming, almost rustic bistro that offers stunningly good food. I understand the simplicity, I respect it even; it is harder to create good food with fewer ingredients but that’s how cultured cuisines work!
Le Logis Grey Goose, the home of Grey Goose Vodka in Cognac, is set up like a homestay. An unmatched experience awaits visitors.
Grey Goose do not tamper with the clean canvas- the base flavor of the drink – while enhancing the profile a few notches, ready for the bar professional to experiment with and make exceptional cocktails.
In Cognac, some 600 kilometers south of Paris, lies the sleepy little hamlet of Juillac le Coq. Home to about 700 odd souls, the village has its claim to fame as the home of some of the best cognac and Grey Goose vodka.
It is no secret that India consumes half of the world’s whiskey. Would you believe it if someone said that they woke up one fine day and decided to import wines in a country that is dubbed as the focal point of whiskey consumption? Very unlikely, right? That is exactly what Shipra Jain did.