A glamorous and high-powered evening unfolded recently with a Wine tasting session hosted by The Wine Company and Fratelli Wines in the presence of Alessio Secci from Italy, Co-promoter and Director Fratelli Wines at The Wine Company, Cyber Hub, Gurgaon.
Speaking on the occasion, Rashi Mong, Marketing Head of TWC said: “The occasion was to taste five types of wines including yet to be launched Dessert Wine SANTO and a chance to meet Alessio Secci, alond with this we got a great response from the crowd and we are planning to host more such events in future”.
Some of the personalities present at the event included cricketer Atul Wassan, Shalini Arora Kochhar, Divya Gurwara, Anjana Kuthiala, Meghana Kapur, Gautam Bhimani, Poonam Bajaj to name a few. With the Launch, the Wine Company they also kick started their exclusive wine tasting session every week for corporate. The occasion was well-attended by the well-heeled and elite crowd of Delhi-NCR as they gathered to raise a toast to The Wine Company.
The Wine Company (TWC) is a wine bistro located at DLF Cyber Hub, the next big destination in Gurgaon for food lovers. With more than 500 offices and 700,000 plus employees the place buzzes with all age group throughout the day. The Wine Company brings a unique concept of a wine shop within the restaurant.
One can buy from choices of over 150 kinds of wine and others spirits and pair it up with world class Continental and European cuisine served. The 250 seater restaurant is done up as a open street of the hub. The vast menu compromises of food from across the globe from pizzas, pastas, steaks, hot dogs, burgers and more.
The restaurant offers wines sourced from more than 35 countries along with a lavish spirits spread with high end vodkas, single malt whisky’s among others, which will be sold at wholesale price.
The Wines being an integral part of the concept, TWC plans to give its guests an experiential dining experience with special wine tasting sessions with sommeliers.
The restaurant has modern European cafe kind of interiors with exposed brick work, chalk boards, communical tables made on hard maple wood, chesterfield sofas, wine related paraphernalia, and oak wood barrels. The outlet also has 40ft bar counter with wine chillers at every table.