Relaxing in an open meadow with a glass of your favorite wine sounds alluring. India has an age-old history with wines. Wine making in India started around 5,000 years ago. The tradition of making wine started during the mugal rule. At present, India is home to some of the finest vineyards in the world. Every year, thousands of wine lovers visit these vineyards to taste their favorite blend of wine and experience the art of wine manufacturing. These wine tours are gaining popularity with wine connoisseurs all over the world. We cannot talk about wine tours in India without mentioning some of our excellent home grown vineyards among all the vineyards in Nasik, Sula Vineyards are the pioneers. Started in 1997, the name and fame of Sula Vineyards has become prominent among wine lovers in India as well as abroad.
Every year, Sula Vineyards offers wine connoisseurs an opportunity to cherish the taste of an eclectic variety of wines. Since the last few years, Sulafest has become one of the most popular wine tours in India and its admirers call it ‘The Mecca of Wines’. When wine is mixed with groovy music among a crowd of several thousand party-people, the fun and enjoyment will know no bounds! Sulafest is the perfect event that can and will surely fulfill this desire of wine lovers. In fact, Sulafest can be considered as the wine carnival of India.
This world-class winery is the perfect destination for wine tourism in India. At this place feel the nature in your tour and taste a wine. Look at the beauty of Nature by your eyes. The vineyard has well experienced tour guides who give a detailed description of winemaking to visitors. However, the harvest and crushing sessions can be enjoyed only between January and March. The wine tasting session runs from 11.30 am to 5.30 pm. The session takes place every hour between the tour timings.
Location of nashik sula vineyard –
The city located about 190 km north of state capital Mumbai, is called the Wine Capital of India as half of India’s vineyards and wineries are located in Nashik. Nashik is also called the Spiritual capital of Maharashtra. Nashik has been described as The Wine Capital of India the Nashik region reportedly produced 10,000 tons of grapes per year.
There are 45 wineries in Nashik, out of wineries throughout India total. The largest vineyard in Nashik is the sula vineyards. Nashik is home to several wine festivals, such as India Grape Harvest (IGH), SulaFest.
Nashik valley wines are specially protected under the patent of the geographical indicator in India for the region of nashik district in Maharashtra, India, where it is produced from several vineyards. The wine is produced in two types: red and white.
The district has 29 wineries in operation and consequently Nashik is occasionally known by the epithet The Wine Capital of India.
(1). which is the best vineyard in Nashik (India)?
(2). History of wine in India.
(3). Where is the sula vineyard in India location?
(4). what is the mecca of wines?
(5). what is sulafest?
(6). Wine tasting time in sula vineyard.