Dr. Akhil Reddy is a dentist but has some great pieces of advice in different realm’s of life after his experience. He is an ardent reader and spends free time on books. He is currently a director of Just Health 510. He is the author of two journals on dentistry as a career and a personal care field.
Besides being a dentist, Dr. Akhil Reddy has some experience in finding the best wines at budget prices. French wine, in particular, has the most choices for a price under $30. The type of grapes makes all the difference in the taste of the wine. Choosing wine brands from regions that are not prominent is key since highly commercialized wines are expensive. The quality of the wines in comparison is usually the same, only the price tag being different. In his role as a connoisseur, Dr. Reddy has compiled a list of the best finds.
Chateau d’Aiguihe, Cotes de Bordeaux Castillon is a fresh and vibrant wine at only $18. Domaine de Pellehaut Chardonnay Fruit, PGI Cotes de Gascogne is a vanilla and cream flavored wine at $9. Chateau Haut Bernasse Le Clos Monbazillac at $15 is from the southwest Monbazillac in France and costs $15, although for its quality the price could easily be double. Chateau Beaumont, Haut Medoc, has soft tannins at only $11. At the same price, one can get a bottle of Chateau Mont-Perat, Castillon, with flavors of cedar and minerals. Chateau Capbern, Saint-Estephe has tones of violets, plums, and cassis of $18. Summer is enjoyable with a Chateau Saint-Maur for $25. With a slightly spicy taste of blackberry and raspberry, La Vielle Ferme Rouge, Cotes du Ventoux is $8. Cabernet Sauvignon, Domaine Saissac, Vin de Pays d’Oc is a modern wine with a non-traditional taste for $9. Asda Beaujolais costs the ridiculous $5 and tastes great. La Parde De Haut-Bailly, Pessac-Leognan, Bordeaux for $25 has a silky texture and a fresh aftertaste. Domaine Hudelot-Noellat, Bourgogne Rouge, Burgundy, the silky and fruity wine costs $10.
With his experience as a doctor, Akhil Reddy has some advice on being fashionable in the white coat. One option is wearing a dress shirt and a tie underneath. Being business casual is wearing your casual clothes and the white coat. It makes for a more everyday, comfortable look. Wearing khakis is a great match too. A pair of dark jeans and a collared shirt gives a finished look. In the cold time of the year, dark khakis and a turtleneck are very fashionable. Dressing well under the white coat is part of being a professional, as long as the outfit of choice is within the constraints of the hospital’s dress code.