It was a delightful evening on 5th April, 2014 for food enthusiasts and wine lovers and me in Mumbai.
Grover Zampa Vineyards celebrated Baisakhi in great style by giving its guests a taste of scrumptious Punjabi food paired with a magnificent selection of wine by Grover Vineyard Sommelier at the Westin Mumbai Garden City. It was a delightful evening for food enthusiasts and wine lovers in Mumbai. Masterchef, Ajay Chopra, Executive Chef of Westin Mumbai, wowed the guests with a spectacular menu, designed exclusively for the event. It was an appetizing evening which was complimented with fine selection of Grover Zampa Wines. The harvest festival of Punjab was celebrated with a great deal of feasting, laughing, dancing, and not to forget drinking.
Being the oldest wine brand in the country, Grover Zampa did not disappoint its guest yet another time by providing them with an impressive and extravagant selection of wine. Apart from gaining immense acceptance and appreciation from the Indian audience, Grover Zampa provides them with a great range of wines such as Grover Zampa Rose, Grover La reserve, Grover Sauvignon Blanc and many more. Grover Zampa is known for celebrating and hosting grand events that offer an experience worth remembering. They ensured that the guests were wooed by a mouthwatering and lip smacking menu by the chefs at Kangan at The Westin Mumbai Garden City which brought out the festive spirit of Baisakhi. It was an occasion mixed with elegance and fun as people was seen enjoying the vibrant atmosphere as they sipped and munched on.
Talking about this food festival, Sumedh Singh Mandla, CEO, Grover Zampa Vineyards expressed, “We at Grover Zampa Vineyards are delighted to host this festival along with The Westin Mumbai Garden City and to show case our award winning wines. The Baisakhi Food Festival gives us an opportunity to celebrate with our patrons with a specially crafted menu of traditional Punjabi food delicacies and get them into the festive mood.”
All in all it was a great evening where I got to meet a lot of interesting people, eat some drool worthy food and sip some great wine, I couldn’t ask for more.It was also surprising that the wines we tasted blended and paired well with the indian cuisine. The wine I particularly liked was the Grover Sauvignon Blanc, I feel the need to stock up on the same soon.