Under The Sula Sun At Wine Capital Of India

Tripoto
27th Nov 2017
Photo of Under The Sula Sun At Wine Capital Of India by Priyanka RP

To relax my from hustle and bustle of city life, I decided to visit one of the best vineyard in the lap of India's wine capital - Nashik. Sula Vineyards took me on a heavenly journey amidst the luxury of Indian wines. Discovering the richness and legacy of this reputed vineyard, spread across 3000 acres was an absolute treat for me being a wine lover and diving my wine thirsty soul deep into the juicy grapes with zest and zeal was nothing short of a phenomenal experience!

Photo of Sula Vineyards, Gangapur-Savargaon Road, Nashik, Maharashtra, India by Priyanka RP

Sula Vineyards was established in the year 1999 and it is considered to be Nashik's first ever winery at global standards. It opened the floodgates to the many vineyards in Nashik, which followed the suit. Sula Vineyards is mainly responsible for the emergence of Nashik as the wine capital of India. It symbolizes the rich heritage of wines in India - the reason why it is India's leading wine company, which has spread its roots worldwide over years.

Photo of Sula Vineyards, Gangapur-Savargaon Road, Nashik, Maharashtra, India by Priyanka RP

About 80% of India's total wine is produced at Sula Vineyards, thanks to Nashik's climate - which provides the most favorable conditions for growth of quality grapes. Sula prefers the latest in viticulture innovation and technology to make India's finest wines.

Photo of Sula Vineyards, Gangapur-Savargaon Road, Nashik, Maharashtra, India by Priyanka RP

It has been over 16 years and Sula Vineyards is ruling the Indian wine market like a boss with their 23 enticing wines. The way Sula keeps on innovating and producing new range of wines is simply commendable. Zinfandel Rosé, Brut and Brut Tropicale are some of my personal recommendations from Sula's sublime range of wines.

Sula Vineyards offers a variety of stuff to make the most of. You can explore the vineyard thoroughly with the tours arrange here every 45 mins. From morning till evening. You can also taste the tempting Sula Wines at the tasting center, beneath the greenery of vineyards. There are couple of dining options available at Sula in the form of Little Italy Restaurant and Soma Restaurant, where you can dine as per your requirement.

Photo of Brahmagiri, Metghar Killa, Maharashtra by Priyanka RP

You can visit the Sula Vineyards almost any time of the year but I would recommend you to visit it during its trademarked Sula Fest, which is celebrated every year in order to deliver a happening experience which is bound to charge you up with awesomeness!

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