Can wine work with Indian food?
5 Mar 2012 by Jancis Robinson
Dhruv Sawhney of Delhi is perhaps India's most respected wine collector and connoisseur. He was captain of his Cambridge college wine-tasting society. So were both his sons. At the same college, Emmanuel ('Emma'). On the strength of one of his son's tasting ability, goes local legend, he was made Indian importer of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti. (See the full story, according to Dhruv, here .) In December he undertook one of his bigger challenges: organising a Château Margaux dinner in Delhi at which Paul Pontallier would present a range of vintages and the Parisian three-star chef Alain Passard flew in to supervise a...

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