The CEO of Sula Vineyards on his journey from Napa Valley to Nashik and the challenges that remain Rajeev Samant, 49, used to be a gin and tonic guy. Samant's G&T, in fact, was famed at Stanford University, from where he graduated in 1990 with a ... Livemint.com, 2 days ago
It's been 16 years since Rajeev Samant launched the first Sula wine by selling 50,000 cases.Today, Avantika Bhuyan reports, Sula is on track to sell a million cases this year. Rajeev Samant of Sula Vineyards has made wine drinking a more egalitarian activity Seated in a little green nook at the Pullman Hotel on a warm September morning, sipping cappuccinos, Rajeev Samant and I flip over the usual conversation starters: Maniacal Gurgaon traffic, favourite brand of coffee, recent travels and so ...Rediff.com, 4 days ago The Best Wine Holidays in India Outlook Traveller, 1 month ago The maturing of Indian wine The Hindu, 4 weeks ago
First, lift the wine glass from its stem. Take care not to touch its bowl, since you don't want any fingerprints. And then, see . Hold it against a bright white background—the ceiling or a wall should do—and observe its clarity. Particulate ...Outlook Traveller, 1 week ago
: A happy life and satisfying job, the two definitive goals set for us since childhood! If you are one of those who are living their dream, there is one person you have to be thankful to more than others your teacher! We all have that one special ...Pocket News Alert.com, 3 weeks ago
, a former journalist with a news magazine, is the co-founder of Vallonne Vineyards along with her father Shailendra Pai. She now handles corporate communication and the wine brand's online and offline presence. Her father Shailendra Pai is ...Domain-B, 1 month ago
Prev By Neeraj Barnwal| Posted 2 hours Sophia Bush, when asked about her figure had once famously exclaimed Life is too short, and Im Italian. Id much rather eat pasta and drink wine than be a size 0. I cannot help but agree with her, because ...Mid Day, 2 months ago
Raise a toast to good health with wine. But this time, says Alok Chandra, let's go for the desi ones. Not so long ago, there was no Indian wine priced above Rs 500 per bottle (of 750 ml), and no imported wine below that level. How times have changed -- today, the Zampa Chene Grand Reserve (a red wine) is on offer in Bengaluru at Rs 1,850, while the Grover La Reserve (which used to be at Rs 450 just 10 years back) is now Rs 1,000. The majority of wines on sale by the better-known Indian ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
on your WebpageAdd Widget >Get your members hooked!