Stuttgart Meets Mumbai 2021 at a virtual wine tasting

Brrinda Gill

As the much-awaited “Stuttgart Meets Mumbai” wine festival 2021 could not be held at a fun-filled physical venue due to the prevailing pandemic,  it moved to the virtual with a wonderful tasting of Stuttgart wines, interesting interactions, and a dash of bonhomie, writes Brinda Gill.

In 1968 the cities of Mumbai, known as the  financial and entertainment capital of India, and Stuttgart, the capital of the German state of Baden-Württemberg, were twinned to promote Indo-German exchange and develop long lasting relationships. In the past half-decade the two cities have forged enduring partnerships between the states of Maharashtra and Baden-Württemberg.

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