Dr. Akhil Reddy is a dentist affiliated with MB2 Dental, a dental management and practice development firm. Their focus is reasonably priced and quality healthcare for all. Dr. Reddy studied Dentistry and Biology at the University of the Pacific. He is also very knowledgeable about wine and has a talent for discovering fine wines in the most unusual places, as well as dressing stylishly. He’s attended many a wine tasting and done his research over the years, and as such, has become a wine connoisseur with a discerning sense of taste. Hes an avid reader and enjoys sharing his knowledge. He’s published two journals and is a recipient of the Michael J. Minch Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research.
Most medical professionals that are employed in hospitals are required to wear a lab coat, which is usually white. This lab coat covers about 3/4 of your outfit so you have to be creative if you want to maintain your stylishness. According to Dr. Reddy, one should dress for personal style and comfort while maintaining the dress code. He also reminds professionals that lab coats serve as protection for your garments, as accidents do happen from time to time. He suggests a dress shirt and tie to maintain professionalism and still have flexibility for any occasion. Other options are business casual using a blazer, sweater or just a nice collared shirt with pants. For the more relaxed environments, khakis and a dress shirt or dress up a pair of jeans with a collared shirt.
As far as his passion for wine, Dr. Reddy has compiled a list of fine French wines at very affordable prices. As he has acquired so much knowledge about wines, he wants to educate those that may not have the financial means to purchase expensive labels, so they can still be able to enjoy great tasting wines. He focuses on lesser known wineries and grape varieties that don’t get the attention they deserve as well as new brands from famous estates. There’s a wide variety in his compilation so theres something for every wine lover. Below are a few of his selections.
The cheapest on the list at $5 is the Asda Beaujolais, which is a red wine with a fruity flavor; goes well with steak. The Domaine Hudelot-Noellat’s Bourgogne Rouge is a fruity burgundy at a cost of $10. You can get a top quality Bordeaux with a smooth and fresh finish in the La Parde de Haut-Bailly or the Chateau Saint-Maur, which is described as the perfect summer wine, both for only $25.