The wine capital of India, situated at the banks of holy River Godavari in the north-west of Maharashtra near Gujarat state. Nashik is known for its picturesque surroundings, climate and wine tourism with many vineyards in and around the city, It is one of the four places in the world where the Kumbh Mela held also the birthplace of Hanuman and having ancient temples of Kalaram Temple and Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple, dedicated to the god Shiva and is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas. Courtesy: Sharell Cook
Sula Vineyards of Nashik was first commercial winery and was awarded with a silver medal for its 2012 Sauvignon Blanc, located in Nashik valley and spread over 160 acres.
York Winery occupies seven acres of vineyards in a lush and beautiful area long known as Spring over the crest of the mountains. York Winery and Tasting Room offers cool evening walk in the rows of vines and Taste the various wines made from these vineyards.Image source: tripadvisor
The Chateau d’Ori vines and the vineyards has always believed that the production of great wines begins with the correct growing of the vines on the most suitable soil. Chateau d’Ori is located on the Nashik-Dindori road and surrounded by three artificial lakes.
Zampa wine brand is becoming recognized as one of the best wine brand in India with its awesome product as Chenin blanc, sauvignon blanc,shiraz, and sparkling rose. Grover Zampa Vineyards is located in the Nashik Valley in Maharashtra and Nandi Hills of Karnataka.
Vallonne Vineyards is India’s first boutique winery which brings French-styled wines to the Nashik Valley, located in the Sanjegaon district on the way to Nashik from Mumbai.