The Sula Vineyards Offer Tourists a Taste of India

By: Misel Saban - May 28, 2014
References: sulawines & blog.virgin-atlantic
Travelers planing to explore Asia in the near future should take a few days to explore the exotic Sula Vineyards in Nashik, India. This exotic winery just outside of Mumbai offers wine enthusiasts a unique taste into India’s up-and-coming fermented grape culture.

Winery owner Rajeev Samant is an entrepreneur and a forefront figure in expanding India’s wine culture. He started Sula back in 1997 and now offers the public the refreshing taste of his vast locally grown wine products. Sula's roaming grape vineyards and rustic brick buildings offers travelers and locals a fun, relaxing and spontaneous summer getaway retreat to get into the wine making culture. Sula also annually hosts a wine festival, called Sulafest, that promotes and celebrates locally grown Indian wine.