The popularity of wine has begun to grow rapidly in India. India has become a good destination for vineyards. There are now several Indian vineyards with tasting rooms, and wine lovers can enjoy visiting these places in India. Here we have listed a few popular spots-
Sula Vineyards is the most popular wine-making in India. Sula Vineyards has admirably grown from the humble beginnings of 1999 into a world-class winery. The winery is open to visitors who can enjoy a tour, tastings, classes, and fun events, including the hugely popular SulaFest which takes place every year at the beginning of February. The restaurant in Little Italy serves excellent Italian food in addition to the wine. Sula Vineyards set up the first vineyard resort in India, named Beyond. Located a short distance from the winery, it has 32 rooms with private balconies. There is also a restaurant, pool, spa and gym and room for games. It is located on the outskirts of Nashik, off Gangapur-Savargaon Road, 20 minutes from town.
Charosa Vineyards was established in 2008 on a vast 230 acres of land but only joined the wine industry by the end of 2013. For the first time, Charosa introduced Tempranillo, a Spanish grape, to the Indian market. The Tempranillo Reserve has received numerous accolades over the years. Popular item here is the Sauvignon Blanc, a refreshingly white wine. Charosa also makes the finest Viognier. Visiting the vineyard and tasting the wine is feasible, but Nashik's lack of decent roads is a limiting factor. The vineyard is located in chorosa village, around 55 kilometers (one hour) from Nashik in the Dindori district.
If you are a lover of sparkling wine, this is your place. The vineyard is situated next to Chateau d'Ori near Nashik, on 21 acres of land. Like its rough and rose wines, its flawless facility (the sixth in the world) is sparkling. Winery tours are free. With potential wine visitors, there is also a tasting room and deck overlooking the manicured grounds. You will need a reserve for future tours. It is located around 25 kilometers north of Nashik on the Nashik-Dindori road.