Summer sparkle

Kelvin Cheung, Shilarna Vaze, Chris Perrin, Sophia Sinha, Prateek Sadhu, Pooja Dhingra, Alex Sanchez, Viraf Patel, Stephane de Meurville
Kelvin Cheung, Shailarna Vaze, Chris Perrin, Sophia Sinha, Prateek Sadhu, Pooja Dhingra, Alex Sanchez, Viraf Patel and Stephane de Meurville at the Chandon Delice launch at Tote on the Turf

Everyone had a bubbly good time as Chandon India launched a new sparkling wine variant named Delice. The celebration at Tote on the Turf brought together seven of Mumbai’s coolest chefs for a representation of Chandon Delice’s vibrant flavours.
Chefs Alex Sanchez (The Table), Shilarna Vaze and Chris Perrin (Gaia Gourmet), Kelvin Cheung (Bastian and One Street Over), Pooja Dhingra (Le15 Cafe), Prateek Sadhu (Masque) and Viraf Patel (Cafe Zoe) each prepared dishes inspired from the taste and spirit of Délice.
Made with locally-sourced Chenin Blanc and Chardonnay grapes, Délice is an irreverent expression that is set to change the manner in which India enjoys its wines. Presenting the very bubbly and flavourful taste-profile that Chandon is known for but a little sweeter, Délice is the versatile variant of the Chandon family. Its versatility comes from the fact that it breaks the typical sparkling wine codes and is being promoted to be had in tumblers – chilled, on the rocks or with a slice of fruit (recommended is a slice of orange).
Inspired by a French fete in an orchard, the Chandon Delice launch decor was a visual treat with orange trees bursting through the bar, six vibrant niches created for the chefs, an ice-cream trolley serving Delice ice lollies, a walkway inspired by the gardens of Versailles.
In attendance, besides the many guests, were Stéphane de Meurville, MD, Moët Hennessy India and Sophia Sinha, senior marketing manager, Chandon.

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