Sula Vineyards 1/54 by Tripoto
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
10:30 AM - 10:30 PM
Vineyard tours, wine tasting
All year
+91 253 302 7777
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2 out of 68 attractions in Nashik

Sula Vineyards

This is a wine factory in Nashik and they also have a specialty restaurant by La Plage based on Italian ways and cuisine. As you enter this lovely place you will be greeted by the awesome farms on both sides of you. The guide here will take you along the vineyards and explain each details about how the grapes are grown here and how they are used to make different types of wines. At the end you can sit for a nice and educative wine tasting session with the experts who will tell you more about how to understand and differentiate between wines. The staff is good and the service you are provided with is very good too.
Offbeat Voyagers
I was surfing through channels on TV, when I came across a French movie which had a scene with an insanely beautiful and romantic vineyard at sunset going on, and instantly "visiting a vineyard" was added to my bucket list.
The drive to Bhandardara was comfortable throughout. If you have ample time at hand, you can make multiple stops en-route. We had to make it in time at Sula Vineyards, Nasik for a tasting which was pre-booked so we gave the stops a pass. We began our drive at 6 in the morning from Mumbai and drove on the picturesque route for 3.5 hours straight to get to Nasik. Once there, Sula Vineyards welcomed us with neatly lined vineyards on both sides of the road leading to the entrance. The Sula tour starts with the representative explaining the process of growing to brewing, followed by a walk through the cellars and storage places which culminates with the tasting. Remember to munch on something if you haven't eaten since you left Mumbai or the wine tasting might get to you. The ideal thing to do post the tasting is to settle on a table overlooking the vineyards, order a cheese platter along with the wine you liked most and unwind.After we had our fill of the vineyard views and a thousand photographs later we headed towards MTDC Lakeviewe Cottages at Bhandardara. The MTDC cottages are ideal if you're on a budget trip and want a place to stay on the banks of a large water body - the Bhandardara Lake or Bhandardara Reservoir.
Aakanksha Magan
Can you imagine yourself, sitting in a camp, a glass of wine in your hand with plates of delicious food, music pumping in the background as you gaze at the sky lit with stars? Because I surely can! This is what holiday dreams are made of, right? That is exactly what SulaFest is all about.
Mary Martina
1. Sula Vineyards: One of India’s most popular winery, Sula Vineyards had indeed come a long way since it started in 1999. With a market share of more than 70% in India, they have gained immense popularity for the global music festival SulaFest that brings together artists, performers and fans on a single platform for two days of music, food and of course wine. The company also offers a one day wine appreciation course on Thursday every week.Wines Available: Sauvignon blanc, chenin blanc, rose, sparkling brut and rose, viognier, reisling, shiraz, merlot, zinfandel, cabernet sauvignon, syrah.Timings: 10 AM - 10 PM {Sunday to Thursday}; 11 AM - 11 PM {Friday to Saturday}Price: INR 350 for tour and tasting session
urvashi singh
#CoffeeWithTripotoSula Vineyards was always on our (My Husband and I) list of places to visit and last weekend being a long one we decided to tick this off.We were accompanied by two other friends and their car so it was a road trip to Nashik. We started around 10 a.m on the Friday, it took us around 3.5hrs to hit Nashik. The weather was not the best i can say, it was quite hot in the day.
Urvesh Bhatt
Mumbaikars & Punekars, your search for new weekend getaway ends here! If you have tasted Indian wine, then most likely it has to be a Sula Wine. This spectacular vineyard produces some of the best Indian wines and if all you know about wine are the colours and then you have to visit this vineyard for their wonderful wine tours. After a hectic week at work, get your car ready for this drive to Nashik to drown away the stress in an exquisite glass of wine. This is suitably located for travellers from both Pune and Mumbai. Perfect for group outings, this vineyard is totally selfie worthy!
Saurabh Nandwani
Its a small beautiful and well maintained hotel in outskirts of nasik an ideal weekend gateway, Beyond Sula is surrounded by farms, Great scenic beauties of lakes and mountains from the room, and great aroma all around the resort, resort provides bicycle to move around. walking early morning in the farms was great experience, Food at Sula was good but had very limited options, visited little Italy at Sula vineyards. Infinity pool was superb with great views of grape farms, Vineyards and wine tasting tour had a great experience as well, do experience red wine couple spa its quite pampering and relaxing. Bar in evening is quite lively with great music.A must visit place for a short weekend.
Green Windows
Music, wine and woods! Sula has an eventful ambiance, with cheering crowd and music.
Shradha Singh
A beautiful vineyard where you can relax, swim and sip wine. Go for a wine making tour, shop for some wine and eat at Little Italy! Personal villas for rent is the most amazing but costly option to go for! The zen infinity pool is serene , cosy and with a beautiful view of vineyards. A lake nearby the vineyard is suitable to for spending a lazy picnic day. Worth it for wine lovers!
Sula Vineyard in Nashik is possibly the first thing to come to mind when you think of wine trail in India. With good reason, too – they have wine tasting sessions, regular vineyard and winery tours, wine and cheese platters at their tasting room, a Soleil by La Plage restaurant on the premises... It promises to be a pretty special day. If you want to extend it a bit, there’s a resort where you can stay overnight, too, close to the winery. It’s a quick romantic getaway from Pune or from Mumbai for those who like wine, but can’t really afford to indulge in the real Italian or French deal. I can recommend the wine tasting and the restaurant overlooking the vineyard, though the lack of creepy cellars with wooden casks was a real let-down.
Harleen Kalsi
In this grape-growing region of India, Sula vineyards are the oldest. They preserve their finest white wines, the Sauvignon Blanc and Chenin Blanc and they annually organize a Sulafest in January.