In Conversation

Ten Generations of Wine Making

Jean Marie Bourgeois, heads the iconic wine house of Henri Bourgeois in Sancerre, Loire Valley, France. He talks to Food Lovers editor, Kripal Amanna about his wines and his passion for evangelizing wines of the Loire Valley.


Wines With South Indian Fare

The Food Lovers tasting panel explores the various nuances and pairings of wine, with traditional South Indian dishes!

Pairing Indian food with wine has thus far been a topic of much debate. Whilst there has been plenty of talk and some attempts aimed at marrying wine with milder, in most cases modified, Indian flavours, too little has been done when it comes to pair



    Magandeep Singh examines Sake, a drink as nuanced as wine and as familiar as lager.
  • Gourmet Travel

    The Yarra Valley Wine Trail

    Wine enthusiast Alok Chandra reports from the spectacular Yarra Valley, rich not just in its numerous wineries, but also an out-of-this-world ballooning experience.
  • News & Notes

    Chandon India

    A glimpse into Chandon\'s sprawling winery near Nashik

  • Whites of South Africa

    Beachhouse 2012

    Whatever the grape, whether single varietal or a blend, South African wines are being noticed around the world for their quality and pocket-friendliness. The Food Lovers\' tasting panel shares its verdict on these lesser-known wines.

  • Wine Basics

    Wine and Oriental Food

    Alok Chandra demystifies pairing Eastern flavours and wine.

  • Wines

    Whites of South Africa

    The Food Lovers tasting panel explores the lesser-known South African wines, that make for pleasurable pours, particularly during the hot Indian summers. Here, wine aficionados discuss aromas, flavour profiles, and prices for whites from winemakers such as Man Family, Nederburg, The Wolftrap, Kumala, and more.

  • Sangiovese

    KRSMA Sangiovese 2013

    The Food Lovers panel shares its verdict on wines made with the versatile yet less-explored Sangiovese grape.