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15 September, 2021

Wine adds several meanings to one’s experience. The predominant of all is the air of sophistication. One may wonder what exactly are the qualities of wine and its experience that appeals the majority. Is it the enticing colour or the attractive shape of the wine glass? Or is it because of the sheer exclusivity for its association with formal events and celebrations? Questions are numerous and so are the answers. It will be okay to remark that an extraordinary attachment with wine comes from its sound understanding and those who don’t enjoy that can easily term it as “sophistication”.

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09 September, 2021

Are you a wine lover? If yes, it means you have an undying love and passion for wine which you can only share with fellow oenophiles. That may include pairing your favorite wine and dish, or it may be a figment of some complex winemaking process. You may also be an enthusiastic explorer who is curious about different varieties of fruits and wine regions. This zenith of excitement can only be understood by people who are on the same page. Being a wine-lover you won’t be able to strike the same rapport with those who got nothing to do with wine.

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12 November, 2020

May that be cars, may be style; vintage has always been the talk of the town. So much has been discussed and said about it that we have forgotten the art of high quality production. It is thus natural for humans to incline towards authenticity, quality and rare understandings

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7 October, 2020

History of fruit winemaking dates back to the 50000 years, first fruit wines were made from the figs, dates and watermelons and were produced in the Mesopotamian valley. These early wines were thick, syrupy and sweet with alcoholic content reaching as high as 30%. This generation of winemakers used palatable herbs which included pepper, honey, resin, oregano and other spices to make it more edible. This standard of fruit wine is undrinkable in today’s world were sophisticated wine crafting art is cultivated with the modern distilleries and fermenting equipment’s. Many wine vocals may insist that real wine can only be made from grapes even though fruit wines have maintained great popularity throughout history. The famous artist, engineer and true pioneer Leonardo da Vinci is known to store large stock of fruit wine made up of fig and peach to his collection. We can even find the references of wine in Rigveda one of the most respected text on Hindu literature mentions of wine being prepared and stored in the barrel.

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27 August, 2018

According to the revered Indian mythology Jamun, an exquisite fruit is referred to as the 'Fruit of the Gods'. The fruit is also known by Jaam, Jambul, Jamun or Java Plum (Syzygium Cumini/जांभूळ) across the Indian subcontinent. It has time and again emerged as a preferred fruit for the mighty supreme Indian gods. If we hit out on the search for its origin in Indian mythology, we can find gods from Treta Yuga cherish the Jamun fruit. As mentioned it the Indian mythology Ramayana, Lord Ram enjoyed this juicy Indian blackberry during his 14 years of exile during vanvas. Which earned Jamun the title of 'The fruit of Gods'. It is also believed that lord Megha, The god of clouds landed on this planet earth taking the form of dark and fierce fruit form Jamun. Not just Ramayana, Jamun also finds its reverent mention in Vishnuperana, where the beautiful skin of his divine lord Krishna is compared to the shiny bright colour of Jamun. Hence Jamun tree is planted and preserved in every Lord Krishna temple. Jamun has also found its association with "The God of Destruction".Lord Shiva is revered by the mystics of the fruit. Where the Shiva's fondness for the fruit earned him the name of Jambunath or Jambukeswara. Like father his son Lord Ganesha is also considered to be fond of Jamun in order the balance his diet which includes a sumptuous meal of sweets, modaks and laddus.

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20 July, 2020

Living hectic life sometimes leads to an unhealthy lifestyle and one tends to often snack while working, It has become challenging to maintain a healthy lifestyle when you cannot concentrate on proper food. It seems hard to change eating habits. But making changes to your diet sure is beneficial even if you are healthy or if you have any disease which might be worsened by the things you eat or drink.
Our drink is an amazing combination of nutrition & stress buster. It is a rare combination of nutrition and vitamins. Resvera has launched Jamun wine to the trade which will help people not only to enjoy the occasions but will add a healthy drink to your diet with wine culture. Our Nutritionists uses ideas from molecular biology, biochemistry, and genetics to understand how nutrients are effective to the human body. Nutritionist also focuses on how people can use dietary choices to reduce the risk of various diseases.

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24 March, 2020

Jamun is an evergreen tropical tree in the flowering plant family Myrtaceae, native to India, Pakistan, Indonesia and Sri Lanka. It is also grown in other areas of southern Asia including Myanmar, Nepal and Afghanistan. The tree was also introduced to Florida, USA in 1911 by the USDA, and is also now commonly planted in Suriname. In Brazil, where it was introduced from India during Portuguese colonisation, it has spread out in the wild in some places, as many native birds such as thrushes, tanagers and the Great Kiskadee want their fruits.



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