A wine tour to Bangalore may be the perfect choice for you if wine tasting is something that interests you. This tour will give you an overview of Indian vineyards. A wine tour to India is a great way to relax, enjoy different wines and learn more about India.
We have created a wine tour to meet the increasing demand for wine in India. It will take you to beautiful orchards, vineyards, and villages in the valleys of Pune, Bangalore, and Nashik. Join us for an unforgettable wine tour of India.
You will be taken to amazing Indian wineries, where you can taste some of the most sought-after wines and learn about their production.
Arrival in Mumbai the first day
An agent will meet you at Mumbai Airport and take you to your accommodation.
Mumbai, Day 2
After breakfast, you’ll embark on a full day sightseeing tour of Mumbai. The Elephanta Excursion will be the highlight of the first part. The second half of the day will feature Marine Drive, Crawford Market and Colaba. Basically, you will then rent a car to go on a sightseeing tour of the area.
Mumbai – Nashik, Day 3 (York Winery)
Majority Grapes are produced in Nashik.
After breakfast the next day, you’ll drive 170 km to Nashik. This will take about 3 hours. At 2,000 feet above the sea level, Nashik is India’s largest grape-growing area. Check in to your hotel upon arrival in Nashik. After lunch, visit York Winery.
York Winery is a seven acre vineyard that overlooks the Gangapur Dam. It produces Sauvignon blanc, Chenin Blanc, rose, cabernet sauvignon and other wines. York Winery offers a spectacular spot to watch the sunset for visitors.
And then we will return to Nashik in the evening for an overnight stay.
Nashik (Day 4) (Sula Vineyard)
After breakfast, drive to Sula Vineyards. Sula Winery is India’s most trendy and practical winery. Also in the same way visitors to Sula Vineyards must see Safest every year in February or March.
Day 05: Pune
Nashik (Omar Khayyam Vineyard). Omar Khayyam Vineyard can be found in Nashik, Maharashtra.
After breakfast, drive to Pune. It takes approximately 05 hours and covers 210 km. Stop by Omar Khayyam Vineyard, Narayangaon on your way from Mumbai to Pune. This vineyard is approximately 70 km away. In the 1980s Chateau Indage. And in western Maharashtra’s high Sahyadri Valley, started the Indian wine revolution.
The winery in Narayangaon produces high-quality wines. And it is under the guidance of winemakers.
Day 06: Grape Farming in Karnataka (Pune-Bangalore)
After breakfast, transfer to Pune Airport.
Bangalore, Day 7 (Grover Vineyard)
A full-day excursion to Grover Vineyards is planned.
Grover Vineyards is found at the Nandi Hills’ base. It is about 50 km from Bangalore. Mr. Kanwal Grover founded the company in 1988. Grover Vineyards currently owns approximately 400 acres of this plantation.
Here you may get to experience the winemaking process. Visitors can start at the vineyard to learn about the history and cultivation of the grapes. Next, they will move on to the winery for more information on the crushing, filtering and packaging.
La Reserve is in authentic, imported oak barrels in the barrel area. Here you can taste a variety of wine varieties. After lunch, drive back to Bangalore and visit the Vineyard. Stay the night in Bangalore
Day 08: Departure From Bangalore
After breakfast, you’ll be taken to Bangalore’s international airport where you can board your flight.