When you have wine, music, art, great cuisine and an awesome venue it calls for a grand celebration and that is exactly what I experienced at “The Great Grover wine festival” at Bharatiya City. After a taxable week anyone would love to unwind and enjoy their time with friends and family and if it was away from the city then there is nothing like that.
The intention of organizing such an festival, is to bring together the cities ecstatic crowd under one roof and share their experience amongst the various events that were conducted on that day. Each event was well organized in order to attract people of various age groups. The event was spread across a lush green landscape that looked even more beautiful as it started getting dark. There were a wide range of stalls, from preservatives to unique hand made jewellery that catered to the crowd. The event witnessed the gathering of wine aficionado who took a tour around the gallery and complemented the finest wines from Grover. One could also see a great interest in appreciating the art gallery that was displayed at the festival. The most remarkable that one could experience at the event was wine stomping, where a crowd of different age group gathered and made the best out of it.
Known to be one of South Indias largest wine festival, how could one miss on tasting a wide collection from Grover. It was a delightful experience to taste one of Indias finest wine collection and as dusk struck the fun just extended. The exhilarating performance by Swarathma got the crowd shake a leg and interact with the band who played a good host that evening. The evening ended with some groovy tunes by DJ Varun who got the crowd to regain their energy and excitement.
A quick chat with Mr. Shailendher from the Bharatiya City team gave me a lot of insights on how the motive is to connect with the people of bangalore who enjoy the same interest as theirs. “This may not be the first time we have organized such an grand event, in the past we’ve had global DJ’s and many more entertainers who have been glad to perform at our venue. We also have an upcoming event named ‘Emerge’ happening on the 28th of February” quoted Mr. Shailendher.
As for ‘The great Grover Wine Festival’ the experience still lives afresh and the organizers sure knew how to pull of a great event. As for the crowd present, I believe they had few good memories to take home.