The quintessential wine bar - 8 months ago
So many folks have opened a wine bar in this country right before going bust that it has become the gastronomic version of the Japanese self-gutting suicide tradition of Seppuku!
Goodness all around - 11 months ago
It was the Bollywood equivalent of a film with no less than 33 superstars, dashing action sequences, drama, dazzle and some silky sultriness thrown in for good measure.
Wine & its Consumer - 1 year ago
Wine is no longer the bastion of the select few and is being enjoyed by consumers worldwide.
The Portugal wine - 1 year ago
To truly understand Portugal and its wine, nothing short of a visit will suffice, says Magandeep Singh.Magandeep Singh.
The Shiraz Story - 1 year ago
I contemplated for a good while before writing this column, wondering whether to title it The Syrah story instead. Syrah is the name of the grape the French made famous.
The Lotus Position - 1 year ago
In Buddhist philosophy, the Lotus has extreme significance. Depictions at temples often show Lotus stems reaching out into the sky from murky pools where fish and turtles swim.
A wine that starts the party - 1 year ago
The reason they call it the holiday spirit is because often in certain circles, the urgent and unavoidable need to take a holiday can arise out of a consequence of substantial spirit intake.
Comment: Wine from down under - 1 year ago
The man who said wine is bottled poetry was quite spot-on, and he also had a lavish cellar to enjoy in the evenings.
Magandeep Singh: Agents of Goodness - 1 year ago
We see them in formal meetings with the ministers of our country, heading important initiatives with industry bodies
Magandeep Singh: Wine 101 - 1 year ago
Singh revisits things which he, as a taster, takes for granted, but which other less-addicted people wouldnt consider primary general knowledge. Here then is a wine factoid.