Sula Vineyards

Currently Open [Closes at 10:30 pm]
  • Address: Survey 36/2, Govardhan, Off Gangapur-Savargaon Road MH 422222, India, Nasik
  • Timings: 10:30 am - 10:30 pm Details

About Sula Vineyards, Nasik

Sula Vineyards is at the forefront of the Indian Wine revolution. Our award-winning Indian Wines are available in the best hotels & restaurants worldwide. Phone Number :- +91 253 223 1663

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  • 73.72% of people who visit Nasik include Sula Vineyards in their plan

  • 77.67% of people start their Sula Vineyards visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Sula Vineyards

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94% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Sula Vineyards

People normally club together Pandavleni Caves and Someshwar Temple while planning their visit to Sula Vineyards.

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Sula Vineyards, Nasik Reviews

  • After hearing a lot about Sula Vineyards, we finally managed to find some time on a holiday and visited the place. Well, the main attraction of-course was the Tour of the facility as well as the Wine tasting. It was very well organized. The Tour Conductor Mr Inder was a pleasant guy who knew his job. The Wine tasting of six different varieties too was satisfactory, although we expected much more, having been involved in such activities earlier too. Ah, well now for some points for kind consideration of the Management. First, the music on terrace restaurant was too loud. One had to almost shout to be heard by a person sitting two feet away. A request to lower the volume to the Staff probably fell on deaf ears, or did they not hear it because of high volume? Don't know. Secondly, the Menu Card in the Italian Cafe is perhaps printed in font size 6 or 8. Too damn small to be read by a person with perfectly normal eyesight. And the lighting there added to the misery, with no focus on the table. Almost all the patrons were using lights from their mobile phones to read the Menu Card. Thirdly, there was a lack of concern or personal touch, almost on the brink of arrogance. One is standing in queue to register for Tasting and Tour, paid the money and waits for the coupons to be handed over, then somebody haggling for Complimentary Coupons, because he knows someone in the Management and spoken to, is given top priority and promptly handed over the same. When one asks for Coupons one is told they are finished but go ahead, not to worry. Come on damn it, I have paid money, so you should be worried. The Counter guy tells just show the print out of Card payment. Well well well....... That's not professional attitude. Anyway, not a bad place. If you are fond of paying extra money and not bothered about people being not bothered about it, please go ahead and enjoy. The wines are good!!

  • It's a good place for tourists as well as locals and other people. The infrastructure is great. The vine served here is awesome. You get to see great views from the main building. You can also take some amazing photos of yourself standing next to a huge bottle with Sula logo on it near the main building. Infront of the main building their are fields having grapes. You can taste the vine if your of the legal age. Also their is a restaurant in the main building on the first floor with a amazing view. Have a visit it is fun their.

  • We were not able to do the winery tour due to timings issue. But the food was good and so were the wines. There were 4 of us and we tried both the restaurants and multiple wines. Garlic bread was amazing. Other friends loved the biryani too! The place is amazing with super green everywhere and then there are obviously grape farms all around this place. You can see different kind of grapes all around.

  • Ambience is good but they sell wine for same price as in store plus 25% vat. So not happy economically! But all in all it was very good experience. We were here for a whole day and yet not get bored at all. So yes, it's a good place for a weekend visit!

  • So as it the biggest wine manufacturer in India, it is understandable that there is going to be crowd. But if you keep few things in mind then you can have best time here. Best time to visit is monsoon when the surrounding hills are all green and the weather is also pleasent. Avoid going there during public holidays and weekends as there is so much crowd that you won't get table to sit in cafeteria, the winery tour will be crowded so you won't be able to have proper experience. If you are music festival enthusiast then visit during Sula fest, one of the best music festivals in India. It takes place mostly in February with wide variety of music and food available during festival to have the best experience. I hope this was helpful 🤓

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