10 Must-Visit Vineyards in Nashik (Hidden Gems)

Are you visiting Nashik, the “Wine Capital of India“? And are you confused about which Vineyard to visit when in Nashik? 

Do not worry—I’ve got you covered!

Use this curated list of Nashik’s top 10 must-visit vineyards, which offer the chance to explore the art of winemaking and wine-tasting sessions in Nashik. 

From classic old wines to the newest tastes, explore the perfect places to savor your tastebuds below.

Top 10 Vineyards in Nashik (Complete LIST)

The top vineyards that sommeliers and wine enthusiasts like me love in the city of Nashik are-

Sr. No.Vineyards in NashikSpecialtyLocation LinkRatings
1.Sula VineyardsWide variety of wines, popular tourism destinationHere4.4/5
2.Vallonne VineyardsFrench-styled wines, holistic wine experienceHere4.3/5
3.York Winery & Tasting RoomPremium wines, award-winning wineryHere4.2/5
4.Soma Vine VillageIndia’s first vineyard resort, guided winery toursHere4.1/5
5.Grover Zampa VineyardsPlant tours, wine tasting, knowledgeable hostHere4.3/5
6.Chandon India WineryPremium sparkling wines, stunning backdropHere4.4/5
7.Chateau d’Ori VineyardAward-winning winemaker, luxury farmhouse staysHere4.2/5
8.Grape Berry VineyardsHoney-flavored wine, friendly hostHere4.1/5
9.Awli VineyardsScenic location, half-day tours, wine tastingHere4.2/5
10.Nipha Estate WineryBoutique winery, handcrafted winesHere4.9/5

*Disclaimer- All ratings are taken from Google.

Now that you have a list of the top 10 vineyards you must visit in Nashik, let me help you get there by providing the exact Google Maps links

I will also mention all the essential details, such as timing, entry fees, and things to do at these wineries.   

1. Sula Vineyards

LocationSawargaon, Gangapur Village, Nashik
Timings10:30 am to 11 pm
Entry FeeWeekdays: ₹600/ head Weekends: ₹1000/ head
Google Map LinkHere

Sula Vineyards is the trendsetter in Indian wine culture and has put Indian wines on the global map.

 I love Sula for its informative tour and tasting session, which is offered every half an hour, and its beautiful deck, which offers mesmerizing sunsets.

Sula Vineyards
Source: Sula Vineyards

Sula also offers travelers a shared and private villa option to give you the whole experience of a “Sula Life.”

2. Vallonne Vineyards

LocationSanjegaon, Nashik
Timings11 am to 10 pm
Entry FeeFree Entry
Google Map LinkHere

Vallonne Vineyards is nestled amidst the stunning backdrop of the Kavnai Peak. The vineyard is known for its lip-smacking Southeast Asian cuisine by Malaka Spice.

Vallone Vineyard also offers tours and tasting sessions to showcase its state-of-the-art winemaking techniques. However, visitors are not allowed in the vineyard to protect the quality of the grapevines.

Vallonne Vineyards
Source: Vallone Vineyard

Vallonne Vineyard is a little away from the central city of Nashik. But do not worry—you can opt for a vineyard stay to fully immerse yourself in the enchanting atmosphere of Vallonne Vineyards.

3. York Winery & Tasting Room

LocationSawargaon, Gangapur Village, Nashik
TimingsWeekdays: 11 am – 6:30 pmWeekends: 11 am – 7:30 pm
Entry FeeWeekdays: ₹500/ headWeekends: ₹800/ head
Google Map LinkHere

York, following in Sula’s footsteps, has also managed to put feathers in its hats by winning multiple winemaking awards.

Due to its success, the Sula group recently bought it, but it stands out for its wine and dine experience.

York Winery & Tasting Room
Source: York Winery

The proximity of the 2 vineyards (Sula and York) makes it possible to cover both in a day.

4. Soma Vine Village

LocationGanghavre, Gangapur Village, Nashik
Timings10 am to 10 pm
Entry FeeContact Soma for cost
Google Map LinkHere

Soma Vine Village is also located very close to Sula and York vineyards. The location of Soma Vine Village is surrounded by the majestic Western Ghats and the Gangapur Damn, giving you the best sunset views.

Soma also offers accommodation options and activities to keep wine enthusiasts occupied throughout the day.

Soma Vine Village
Source: Soma Vine Village

I appreciate that Soma Vine Village offers small pints of wine for sale, which helps visitors like me who do not drink a whole bottle get the untampered wine experience without the guilt of wasting any. 

5. Grover Zampa Vineyards

LocationSanjegaon, Nashik 
Timings10 am –5 pm
Entry Fee₹500/ head
Google Map LinkHere

Grover Zampa Vineyards, located just a 40-minute drive from Nashik City, promises a prime wine experience.

Similar to the other vineyards, Grover Zampa Vineyards also offers tours and tasting sessions thrice daily, so make sure you book your slot on call and enquire about the timings beforehand.

Grover Zampa Vineyards
Source: Grover Zampa

The wine experts at Grover Zamapa are warm and have excellent storytelling skills, which will keep you interested and entertained all your time at this vineyard.

6. Chandon India Winery

LocationDindori, Nashik 
TimingsWeekdays: 11 am – 5 pmWeekends: 11:30 am – 7 pm
Entry FeeStarts ₹750 / person
Google Map LinkHere

Situated 45 minutes from Nashik in Dindori, Taluka, Chandon is an international sparkling wine brand.

You can also embark on a tour and indulge in a tasting session afterward at Chandon. Chandon’s rich history of making sparkling wines makes you feel like you are tasting luxury, not just sparkling wine.

Chandon India Winery
Source: Chandon India

My favourite picks from the tasting session that are worth trying are Brut, Rosé, and Délice.

7. Chateau D’Ori Vineyard

LocationBased on the twin hills of Nhera-Ori, Dindori
TimingsNot Available
Entry FeeFree Entry
Google Map LinkHere

Chateau D’Ori Vineyard is a 100-acre single-estate winery in the Dindori district of Nashik. It is surrounded by 3 man-made lakes, which conserve water and add to its beauty.

The wine here has the Bordeaux influence as it is made under the guidance of Monsieur Athanase Fakorellis, an award-winning winemaker from Bordeaux.

Chateau D'Ori Vineyard
Source: Chateau D’Ori Vineyard

To fully immerse yourself in this experience, you can also pre-book the beautiful 4-bedroom farmhouse with a Jacuzzi and swimming pool at an additional cost.

8. Grape Berry Vineyards

LocationAurangabad Rd, Nashik
Timings10:00 am to 6.30 pm
Entry FeeFree entry
Google Map LinkHere

Just a 25-minute drive from Nasik Road Railway Station, you will find this hidden gem of Nashik that even the locals might not know about.

At Grape Berry Vineyards, I was pleasantly shocked by the variety of berry wines they made alongside the grape wines.

Grape Berry Vineyards
Source: Grape Beryy Vineyards Via Instagram

If you like sweeter wines, I recommend you visit Grape Berry Vineyard and try their honey-flavored wine, a unique offering not offered by any other in India.

9. Nipha Estate Winery

LocationNiphad, Nashik
Timings09 am to 07 pm
Entry FeeCall for quote
Google Map LinkHere

Named after the Taluka Niphad, Nipha Estate winery is run by warm hosts who are immensely knowledgeable about grapes and winemaking.

The educational session is conducted in the open space in the backyard of the factory, which creates an intimate setting that allows visitors to gain a deeper understanding of the passion that goes into making each bottle

Nipha Estate Winery
Source: Jyotsna Surwade via Google

Nipha wines USP and my reason for recommending it is that these wines are handcrafted, unlike some other wineries in India.

10. Awli Vineyards

LocationTrimbakeshwar, Nashik
TimingsOpen only on Saturdays: 10 am to 10 pm
Entry FeeFree Entry
Google Map LinkHere

Awli Vineyards is situated at the base of the western ghats. Monsoon season is the best time to visit this vineyard because its surroundings turn lush green.

This Vineyard is focused on winemaking and not tourism. Hence, it opens its premises for visitors only on Saturdays.

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It is advised that you call them before informing them about your visit so they can make special arrangements for food pairings for you.

Conclusion: Sula Vineyards sets a high bar as Nashik’s premier wine destination!

Nashik’s vineyards offer a delightful blend of winemaking expertise, stunning landscapes, and unparalleled hospitality, out of which Sula has been the people’s favorite from across the country

Whether you’re a wine connoisseur or simply looking for a picturesque weekend getaway, Nashik’s vineyards will leave you relaxed and rejuvenated for the week after.

So let us raise a glass of the “Wine Capital of India” and embark on a journey through its captivating vineyards, one sip at a time.


Which wine brand is famous in Nashik?

Nashik is famous for popular wine brands with vineyards on the city’s outskirts, namely Sula, Soma, York, Chandon, Vallone, and more.

Why is Nashik famous for wine?

Nashik is famous for wine because it produces grapes that are great for winemaking, and the weather is cold and dry, helping the fermentation process of wine.

What is the cost of the Sula tour?

The Sula wine tasting and tour will cost you ₹600 on weekdays and  ₹700 on weekends. It includes a factory tour followed by tasting sessions of the specialty wines made by Sula.

Can anyone visit Sula Vineyards?

Anyone can visit Sula Vineyards. You must pay the fully redeemable cover charge of ₹600 on weekdays and ₹1000 on weekends.