Sommelier India Issue 3 of 2008 dispatched!

sommeliermayjune.jpg In the latest issue, Steven Spurrier who is a living legend in wine circles around the world, tastes and scores Indian wines. Beware, the results may surprise. Jancis Robinson tries to understand why the Chinese are so fascinated with Lafite among all the first growths. It begs the question, will India develop a special relationship with one of the first growths too? And will that be Lafite?
Inder Raj Ahluwalia takes the reader on a journey to Barossa, the famous wine region of South Australia while Alok Chandra interviews South Australia’s premier in an exclusive for Sommelier India.

Raghu Bahadur shares with us his experiences in shopping for wine in the Arabian Gulf and India. Not surprisingly, he finds shopping for liquor an uphill task. Robert Joseph of the Indian Wine Challenge fame, contemplates the impact of global warming on the future of wine and Janaki Bahadur visits Madhu Jaffrey to discover her secrets of success. And if that wasn’t enough to read, Brinda Gill interviews Jean-Manuel Jacquinot, food columnist Preah Narang adds flavor and Michele Shah discusses her favorite Tuscans in the new vintage.
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