Sula vineyard, grapes plantation. Nashik Trip

Sula vineyard grapes plantation Nashik Trip 2009, Tarun Chandel Photoblog
Sula Vineyards are a must visit if you are planning to spend some time in Nashik. Tastings and tours cost Rs. 150/- which includes six wines. Winery tour followed by wine tasting will take approximately 40 - 45 minutes.

Getting There

Nashik is 180 km from Mumbai, reachable by car, bus, train or plane and 210 km from Pune, reachable by car or by bus.

Directions coming from Mumbai:
  1. Take Mumbai – Agra National Highway (NH3)
  2. After crossing Nashik Octroi Naka, take first LEFT at Garware Junction.
  3. Follow the road for 4.5 km until Papaya Nursery, keeping LEFT at the first roundabout
  4. Turn LEFT at Papaya Nursery roundabout and follow the Trimbak road for 0.3 km.
  5. Turn RIGHT at Gurukrupa Hotel
  6. Follow the road for 3 km until Shivaji Nagar (passing Mahindra & Mahindra on your right)
  7. Turn LEFT at the first junction at Shivaji Nagar and after 25 m, turn RIGHT
  8. Follow the road for 2 km (passing a pond and turning right at first junction) to Gangapur-Savargaon Road
  9. Turn LEFT at Gangapur-Savargaon Road and you will reach Sula in 1.5 km.
Directions coming from Pune:
  1. Take National Highway (NH50) from Pune to Nashik
  2. The highway will end at Dwarka Circle in Nashik city.
  3. Take Trimbak Road at Dwarka Circle and follow it for 8 km
  4. After passing Papaya Nursery, turn RIGHT after 0.3 km at Gurukrupa Hotel
  5. Follow the road for 3 km until Shivaji Nagar (passing Mahindra & Mahindra on your right)
  6. Turn LEFT and after 25 m RIGHT at Shivaji Nagar
  7. Follow the road for 2 km (passing a pond and turning right at first junction) to Gangapur-Savargaon Road
  8. Turn LEFT at Gangapur-Savargaon Road and you will reach Sula in 1.5 km.
Directions coming from Nashik:
  1. Take Gangapur road till Gangapur Village Octroi Post
  2. Turn left towards Savargaon Village on Gangapur Savargaon road
  3. After 4kms, Sula Vineyards is on your left
From Garware Junction, you will also find Sula signboards guiding you to our winery.

For more information please visit http://www.sulawines.com (from where I have captured all the above info).

Tarun Chandel

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1 comments:

Parag said...

Nashik is probably the most established wine-producing area in the country which is why its referred as India's Napa Valley.
Nashik wine tours

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