Sula is a name synonymous with Indian wines. Having taken Indian-produced wines mainstream, Sula focuses on producing several variants of wine to cater to a growing wine appreciation club in India.
2. Grover Zampa
Grover Sampa is another of the legendary wine brands from India that have marked a substantial presence in the domestic and international markets.
Set in a 240-acre vineyard in the region of Akuj in Maharashtra, Fratelli Wines is a major Indian wine brand that sells wines across varieties including red, white, sparkling, rose, and more.
KRSMA is a one-of-its-kind Indian wine brand that is based out of Hampi in Karnataka. The brand has been making wines since 2008
5. Big Banyan
KRSMA is a one-of-its-kind Indian wine brand that is based out of Hampi in Karnataka. The brand has been making wines since 2008, and it is named after Krishna (Kris) and Uma (Ma), the first names of the founders of the winery.
6. Four Seasons
This Bengaluru-based wine brand is part of United Spirits, one of the biggest alcohol producers in India. The brand produces wines under two bottling names – Four Seasons and Zinzi.
York Wines is a highly awarded India-based wine brand. Founded with a mission to create the coolest wines in the country, York Wines offers several varieties across grape types to its customers.
Another popular Indian wine brand from Nashik, Charosa is located in the Mecca of wines, the Dindori-Niphad-Satara region. Set on 230 acres, the vineyard offers the right climate and landscape to bring about the finest flavours that are fruit-forward in nature.
Vallonne is a boutique wine brand that is located in Igatpuri, a town situated 160km from Mumbai. The brand offers a plush resort with rooms and tours at its winery for those interested in an immersive experience.
10. Yellow Tail
Yellow Tail is a family-owned winery located in the small town of Yenda, Australia. It is owned and operated by the Casella family, which has been creating world-class wines for six generations.