Who Are We

Wi-Not is India’s only professionally qualified and managed Wine & Beverage Solutions company. Each person who represents Wi-Not at any event or training has to meet some very stringent requirements:
  • (A) S/he must have acquired formal wine education from a reputed and recognised international wine establishment.
  • (B) S/he must have worked in a reputed F&B establishment abroad to hone his technical and practical skills
Wi-Not Beverage Solutions Private Limited
A-133 Second Floor
Defence Colony
New Delhi 110024

mail@wi-not.biz +91 96500 46655
gagan@wi-not.biz +91 99717 46655
gurjit@wi-not.biz +91 99714 46655

Magandeep SINGH is India’s first French-qualified Sommelier and the oldest wine professional in the country, no not chronologically. The person behind the idea of Wi-Not, he believes that wine should be fun first. Having worked in India for over 7 years, he has a good idea of where and how things stand in the wine world. He divides his time between food and wine work (events, tastings, writing and journalism) and his TV show “Around the World in 85 Plates” on NDTV Good Times

Gagan Sharma is a Certified Sommelier from the Court of Master Sommeliers, UK, and holds a Diploma from the London based, WSET. Gagan learnt his trade in Australia, doing his Masters in Hospitality Management (specialising in wines) from Victoria University, Melbourne. He reserves a soft corner for Barolos, Rioja + Australian Reds and New Zealand Sauvignon Blancs and is lucky to have married his passion with his job, working as a wine educator and sommelier. When not working, he enjoys his time trekking in the Himalayas and chasing historic sites.
Gurjit Singh BARRY is a WSET-qualified trainer and wine-taster. Wi-Not is privileged to count him amongst its resources for trainings and wine market research. Gurjit is known for his very polished manners and style of conduct sprinkled with his own brand of humour. Trainings with him are serious business but always fun. He has a unique way of involving others as also getting involved himself thus making the class into one compact singular academic entity. He is a product of a unique blend of traditional Indian upbringing with a heady mix of European education and international work experience thrown in for good measure.