Places you must Visit in India if You Love Wine

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Discover the top wine destinations in India for wine enthusiasts! From the vineyards of Nashik to the wine tours in south Bangalore, explore the best places to indulge in fine Indian wines and breathtaking scenic beauty. Explore more!

Places you must visit in India if you love wine 

Some of the most popular Vineyards in Nashik and wines manufacturers of India are Sula Vineyards, Grover Vineyards, Soma Vineyards, Vallonne Vineyards, and Fratelli Wines.These vineyards are not only known for their extensive range of red and white wines, but also for their mighty estates that are nestled amid the lush and luxurious landscapes and systematic hills.

Let’s get to know a lot more about the famous vineyards in India.


It is regarded as India’s biggest and most popular vineyard at present. Spread over 3,000 acres, it is located in the sprawling wine-making region of the nation – Nashik. Established in 1996, Sula Vineyards accounts for almost 80% of the overall wine market of India. Boasting of a unique sustainable viticulture and premium quality products, it has got appreciated in various awards.

Some of the premium wines by Sula are Dindori Reserve Shiraz, Sula Sauvignon Blanc, Sula Blush Zinfandel, Sula Brut, and Late Harvest Chenin Blanc.



Another remarkable name in the Indian wine-making landscape is Fratelli. Discovered in 2007, it is an Indo-Italian vineyard started by Secci brothers from Italy, Sekhri brothers from Delhi, and Mohite-Patil brothers from Solapur. Primarily known for its unique red wine, the Fratelli Sette Reserve Red, it also offers guided wine tours and wine-tasting sessions.

Some of the popular wine types available here are a dessert wine, dry Chenin Blanc, Sette, Chardonnay, and Sangiovese Bianco. No matter what kind of wine lover you’re, you’re more likely to find out a perfect match here at Fratelli Wines.


Nestled amidst the great flora and fauna, Chateau d’Ori is one wine-making destination that you would love to visit again and again. It is not only the wine but also the scenic landscapes and serene environment that make this place a dreamlike.Popular for preparing classic wines, such as Cabernet Merlot, Viva Rosé and Sauvignon Blanc, it is also committed to sustainability at every stage of wine-making. It also deals in an extended range of imported wines and even has the largest merlot plantation in India. From taking a tour to the vineyard to tasting the freshly prepared wine, there are numerous things to do here. Even you can book your stay here.


Extended over an area of 230 acres in the Dindori region of Nashik, the Charosa Vineyards is a nature-blessed vineyard that attracts its visitors with a Tuscan theme and contemporary setting. It also boasts of a diverse variety of wines, which are categorized into three sections—reserve, selection, and pleasure. Its most widely selling wines are Reserve Tempranillo, Sauvignon Blanc, and Voignier.

The vineyard is set amidst the scenic valleys, forests, hills, and water bodies that are worth your time.


Set in the foothills of the picturesque Nandi Hills in Nashik area, Grover Zampa Vineyard is a 400-acre property, known to be managed by the oldest viticulturist in India, Mr. Kanwal Grover, and Mr. Georges Vesselle. In fact, they were the frontrunners in growing French grape varieties in India. Once here, you can learn about the wine-making process, visit the vineyards, and taste the premium wines. The major products offered by them are Chardonnay, Shiraz, and Cabernet Sauvignon, among many others.

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