Fratelli is a 12 pm check-in and 12 pm check-out place. But mind you, it is NOT. Fratelli holds you back, cajoling you, enchanting you, not wanting to let you go to the outside world…thus making your stay just a bit longer than you expected. How? Let me show you the way…
We were served awesome lunch with hot chapatis straight from the tawa into the taat (dish in Marathi). The meal had typical rustic flavors that are generally associated with small towns or villages. I know these flavors too well having lived a good part of my life in the rural areas of Maharashtra. Simple and palatable food. The wife said the taste of the chicken reminded her of her mother’s cooking. The staff was super attentive and very considerate.
In the evening, we had the Masterclass with the Master himself: Amol, who gave a lowdown on everything wines. I especially liked the technical tasting session than the tour of the winemaking process. After the tasting class, I am sure the next time I taste a wine I know what to say and how to strut my wine knowledge.
Read the rest of the Fratelli Experience here: Fratelli Wines Travelogue