5 Wineries In India That Are Not In Nashik

by Vinita Jain
5 Wineries In India That Are Not In Nashik

Yes, Nashik is the wine capital of India! But it is not the only Indian city that boasts of wineries! Wine-making is a huge industry and visits to wineries in India is ever delightful! Well, who doesn’t want to experience a wine holiday surrounded by greenery and the smell of fresh grapes? While Nashik is home to one of the oldest vineyards in the country, the rest of India, too, has many wineries.

Wine lovers, visit these wineries in India that are not Nashik and capture the region’s best flavours.

1. Grover Zampa Vineyards

Three generations of the Grover family have been running the Grover Zampa Vineyards, which is now a premier wine brand today. Grover Vineyards is located 40 kilometers north of Bangalore in Karnataka. Spread over 410 hectares, Grover Vineyards is known for producing some of the best Shiraz oak-aged red wines and Cabernet Sauvignon in the country.

Where: Raghunathapur, Doddaballapur Main Rd, Bengaluru, Karnataka.

2. Fratelli Vineyards and Winery

Known for producing the nation’s best red wine, Fratelli’s main vineyard lies in Solapur. Apart from its main vineyard there, Fratelli operates in two regions; Garhwal and Motewadi. Like others, these regions are blessed with lush landscapes and are open to wine lovers for tours and wine tastings. Experience over 240 hectares of beautiful expansive vineyards and soak in the vibes.

Where: Shipaiwadi, Motewadi, Maharashtra.


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3. Four Seasons Winery

Nestled against the scenic backdrop of the Western Ghats of Baramati, Four Seasons Vineyards is a palatial building with stunning architecture and varietals made from fragrant grapes. The best time to visit is from January to April when you can observe the entire winemaking process.

Where: Daund Taluka, Pune District, Roti, Maharashtra.

4. Chateau Indage Vineyard

Located near the Sahyadri valley in Naryangaon amidst lush landscapes, Château Indage Vineyards produces the finest Indian wines. It was founded in 1982 by Shyamrao Chowgule. It has three facilities — Narayangaon, Nashik, and Himachal Pradesh. With around 32 wines, there’s something for everyone to taste, from novices to wine connoisseurs. Two-hour wine tours are offered on weekends, followed by wine tasting and fine dining at the winery’s Ivy Café and Bar.

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5. Soma Vineyards

Soma Vineyards is probably the most beautiful winery in Karnataka. You can spend hours watching the hills and the spectacular sunset over Makali hill. Also, you can enjoy stunning 360-degree views from multiple vantage points. Soak in the beauty of Gundamagere lake.  Soma also has a winery in Maharashtra.

Where: Raju estate, Sonnenahalli, Karnataka.

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So if you want to spend a day at a winery, sipping some wine, soaking in the beauty around, head to any of these beautiful wineries of India.