Sommelier India talks about BKWine Tours

Sommelier India Wine Magazine logoSommelier India is an online wine magazine. It is frequently updated and has a wealth of inforamtion on both wine, wine tasting, wine business, and …. wine travel.

They recently published an article on wine travel in India and In Europe where BKWine was one of the three included. Here’s what they said:

World’s Top Wine Tours

If you are a wine traveller who wants to meet the winemakers and have a personal and unique experience, then BKWine Tours are for you. BKWine tours have been named “World’s Top Wine Tours” by Travel + Leisure magazine. BKWine organises top-quality wine and gastronomy tours to the world’s most beautiful wine regions. Whether you are interested in visiting the famous and exclusive châteaux of Bordeaux or the undiscovered gems and future stars, BKWine will give you a unique experience. Britt and Per Karlsson, founders of BKWine, are also internationally well known wine writers and photographers, regularly published in specialized wine and food press and authors of two wine books.

You can read the full story on their site: Information You Can Use – Wine Tours.

And while we are at it, Sommelier India also wrote an article on our book, the one that won prize for Best Wine Book in the World for Professionals:

I love books almost as much I love wine. A book I’m looking forward to adding to my library is the Swedish wine book, “The Creation of a Wine”, which has won the “World’s Best Wine Book for Professionals 2010” prize in the international book competition, “Gourmand World Cookbook Awards 2011”. Trouble is it’s not in English as yet!

Read the rest of the article here: Reva Singh’s Sip of the Day: Swedish book on wine

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2 Comments to Sommelier India talks about BKWine Tours

  1. Reva K. Singh March 24, 2011 at 13:04 #

    Sommelier India is India’s first and only wine magazine, both online and in print. Traditionally consumers of Scotch and white spirits, Indians are now enthusiastically taking to wine as an alternative alcoholic beverage.

    A four-colour, glossy bi-monthly, Sommelier India Wine Magazine aims to provide readers a window on the word of wine and foster a wine-drinking culture in India. The April edition has wine tourism as its focus.

  2. per March 24, 2011 at 14:30 #

    Apologies for not having told the full story of Sommelier India! It does look very nice. Only wish I could get my hands on a copy. Especially the April issue! 😉

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