Organised to promote agro and wine tourism in the state, the festival will allow attendees to explore 72 varieties of wines at the event from different Indian companies like Sula Wines, Pernod Ricard, Vallonne, Soma Wines, York Winery, Vinchur Wine Park and Grover Zampa to name a few.
Where is it happening
The festival was inaugurated at Sahyadri farm, grape processing centre — a co-operative firm run by 6,000 farmers — by Rawal and Girish Mahajan, guardian minister of Nashik on 9th February 2018. The closing ceremony will be held in Nashik city, which will be a 4-km long carnival walk and a road show parade with chariots, classic bikes, elephants and more!
When is it happening
The festival began on 9th February 2018 and will continue till 11th March 2018.
Why you should attend
Apart from 72 varieties of wine to taste, there will be vineyard tourists with a viticulturist (a wine grower) and winemaker. There will be music by indie artists, folk dances and even hot air balloon tours. The events will take place across the many vineyards spread all around Nashik.