The Grover Zampa Vineyard, which produces the Zampa line of wines, is the only vineyard that is not in the state of Maharashtra. It was one of the first locations in India to plant French wine grapes.
I. Grover Zampa Vineyard
In the market, Fratelli Wines are already becoming well-known. Three sets of brothers—the Sekhri and Mohite-Patil from India, the Seccis from Italy, and the Seccis—jointly founded Fratelli Wines in 2007.
The Vallone Vineyards is a boutique winery dedicated to providing high-quality wines at competitive costs. It operates within the tenets of traditional French viticulture.
III. Vallone Vineyards
IV. Four Seasons Vineyards
Some of India's top luxury and premium wines are produced in the Four Seasons Wines vineyard outside of Baramati, Maharashtra. All Indian wine aficionados must visit the Four Seasons Winery, which boasts wines that have collected 48 international honours over the course of the previous 12 years.
V. Sula Vineyards
The most prosperous vineyard in India, Sula Vineyards, has made history by selling more than one million cases of wine for the first time. Sula Vineyards was the first vineyard to be developed in Nashik and was a key factor in the city's transition into India's wine capital.