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5 Best Vineyards You Must Visit In India

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12th July, 2019 06:51 IST

Viticulture in India and wine market existed throughout most of India’s history. Some of India’s larger wine producing states are Maharashtra, Karnataka, around Baramati, Nashik, Pune, Solapur and near Bangalore.

The city of Nashik is called as the Wine Capital of India and the large portion of the region is ideal for viticulture. Here is the list of India’s best vineyards and winery for tour and tourism.

* Sula Vineyards – Nashik, Maharashtra

Sula Vineyards and winery is located in the Nashik region of Maharashtra facing the backwaters of the Gangapur Dam. Vineyards tours and tastings are conducted seven days a week throughout the year. The winery and vineyard located at Nashik and Dindori in Maharashtra and one crush facilities in Karnataka. The most popular Sula wines in India includes Zinfandel and Shiraz red wine, Chenin blanc and Riesling white wine, Brut sparkling wine, late harvest Chenin blanc dessert wine and Zinfandel rose wine.

* Fratelli Vineyards – Solapur, Maharashtra

Fratelli Vineyards near Solapur is offers the picturesque view of the viticulture and allows you tasting some of the best wines in India.


* Grover Zampa Vineyards

Grover Zampa Vineyards from Bengaluru produces one of the India’s finest wine, based in Nandi Hills of Karnataka and Nashik Valley in Maharashtra. The Vineyards tour starts on the arrival of the guest and the tasting room offers you taste 5 or 7 different varieties of wine.

* Chateau d’Ori Vineyards – Dindori, Nashik

Chateau d’Ori Vineyards located in Dindori town near Nashik and the estate has a big vineyard and a dome-shaped winery that produce its quality wines for Indian.

* Chateau Indage Vineyards – Narayangaon, Maharashtra

Chateau Indage estate vineyards is located in Narayangaon and has three facilities in Nashik and Himachal Pradesh. The famous Indian winery offers the tour of Indage vineyards at narayangaon all year round.

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