This Saturday, the 6th I attended another Wine Trail organised by the Four Seasons Wines and gained my Wine Trail Enthusiast certificate (not kidding, now I am a certified wine enthusiast). It happened at The Conclave's Rose Room this time. Read a few details about kind of wines, grapes used and the difference between old and new world wine differences *here*. There were a lot of bloggers there, the room was divided between exclusive food bloggers and lifestyle bloggers. But of course the event ended with everyone clicking everyone's photos and everyone else posing for the said photos.
The late afternoon wine trail was hosted by Mr. Peter Mitter (Region Manager-Trade Marketing of UB Group), who recognised me as a complete wine lover and introduced me to the others present that way. I had a huge smile for that acknowledgement. He knows almost everything about wines and as it happened the last time, he guided us through the different Four Seasons Wines, their flavours, aromas and what to pair them with best. I like their white wines and their rosé the best. It is not as easy to come by rosé here as far as I know, so I like that the Four Seasons Blush (their rosé) is easily available. I usually go to this one store in South City Mall, so I may be incorrect.
pic c/o Shreya Goswami
pic c/o Anupriya Dg
Below is a photo of what we had with the red, white and rosé wines from the Four Seasons range.
- Serve your wine at 8-16°C, the room temperature of Europe not India, people! (just use your brains and you will know why. Would you like your coke served hot? No. So...)
- See. Swirl. Smell. Clink. Sip.
- Arouse all your senses while enjoying your Four Seasons Wines. (Any wine would do. Just pick up a bottle and begin the journey if you haven't started on it yet)