Sula Wine Tasting Tour and Camping

Charges 3999/- per person. Join Mumbai's renowned trekking team Mischief Treks for an amazing experience at "Sula wine tasting tour". This Trekking event is safe and suitable for girls, women, kids, families, groups, and solo travelers coming alone. It is an easy-grade trek/trail near Mumbai/Pune/Nashik. Pickup and drop facility is available from Mumbai - Borivali, Goregaon, Andheri Sion, Chembur, Thane, Kalyan and Kasara.

sula wine tasting tour and camping

Sula Wines is a wine producer based in Nashik, 180 kilometers northeast of Mumbai. Rajeev Samant founded Sula Vineyards in 1999, Sula was Nashik’s first winery and paved the way for the emergence of India’s Wine Capital. Today, Sula is India’s leading wine company, spearheading the charge of Indian wine across the world. A warm welcoming place for wine lovers, those who are keen to know more about Indian wines and buy Indian wines at factory price.

  • Date: 04-Mar-23, 11-Mar-23, 18-Mar-23, 25-Mar-23, 10-July-23, 17-July-23, 24-July-23

  • Venue: Mumbai - Nashik - Sula Wineyard - Mumbai.

  • Address: Nashik, Maharashtra.

  • Category: Weekend getaway. Easy level is suitable for beginners.

  • Duration: Overnight tour and Camping

  • Height: 600 Meters / 1968 feet

  • Base Village: Nashik

  • Batch Size: 25 Participants only
    (We do not take a crowd of 80-100 people on treks, it's against our safety policy.)

  • Fees: Rs.3999 per participant.
    (website booking discount)
    Rs.5500 3999/- per person with a pickup and drop from Mumbai
    (Redeemable Free wine purchase voucher worth 400/-)

Sula wine tasting tour and Camping Dates:

  • xx-xx-2022 | 25 Tickets available

  • xx-xx-2022 | 25 Tickets available

  • xx-xx-2022 | 25 Tickets available

⚠️ Booking closes once seats are sold out, book well in advance to avoid missing out on the slots.

Sula wine tasting tour and Camping - Major attractions:

  • Wine-Tasting and Wine-Making session

  • Visit Grape Farms

  • Camping near Bhandardhara

  • Photography - be ready to get clicked.

  • All the "Masti" which is a USP of Mischief Treks.

Travel itinerary

Bus Transport
Those coming by own vehicle need to reach at the meeting point Kasara, before 9.45am and follow our vehicles till trek location.
05.45 am: 🚐 Borivli - SGNP Gate
05:55 am : 🚐 Goregaon - Pathanwadi Oberoi Mall
06:00 am : 🚐 Andheri - Start of Flyover
06:15 am : 🚐 Bandra - Kala Nagar WEH Bus Stop
06:30 am : 🚐 Sion Station Circle
06:45 am : 🚐 Chembur - Amar Mahal
07:15 am : 🚐 Thane - Teen haat naka
07:
35 am : 🚐 Kalyan bypass on NH3
09:
00 am : 🚐 Kasara Meeting point
After having breakfast at Kasara we will proceed
for wine tasting tour

Note : We will be creating WhatsApp group for pickup and meeting point coordination 3 hrs prior to event date and time. Exact GPS locations will be shared in the group along with live location of the bus

Tour Itinerary:

  • 09.00 am: Breakfast at a Dhaba

  • 11.30 am: Grape-to-Glass session followed by Wine tasting and factory tour to understand wine-making process

  • 01.30 pm: Lunch and buy wine at factory price.

  • 02.30 pm: Time to explore the farms and click pictures.

  • 04.00 pm: Commence towards our campsite near Bhandardhara

  • 06.00 pm: Reach the campsite and relax in a calm and serene campsite beside the river.

  • Barbeque (approx 8pm )

  • Bonfire and Mafia Night

  • Dinner will be ready by 9.00 pm (Veg, non-veg & Jain food)

  • You can stay up as long as you want. Enjoy sky full of stars and cool breeze.

Day 2

  • 7. 30am wake up call

  • Breakfast and Tea

  • Boat Ride circling the the island temple.

  • Swim in the lake with life jackets

  • Start return journey back to Mumbai around 11am

Charges Include:
Transportation from Mumbai to Mumbai via private bus
Wine-Tasting and Wine-Making session
Wine Purchase Voucher worth 400/-
Visit Grape Farms
Riverside Camping near Bhandardhara
Breakfast Day-1 & Day-2
Lunch Day-1 (Famous - Sadhna Missal)
Dinner at campsite
Entry Charges, Toll, Taxes
Expertise charges

Exclusion :
Packaged water, cold drinks, or any other beverages.
Any other expenses incurred during the event

Things to carry

  • Identity Proof (must)

  • Torch with extra battery (Must)

  • A bottle of water (at least 2 Ltrs)

  • Please avoid wearing Gold or carrying precious items.

  • Jackets - it's going to be pretty cold.

  • Some ready-to-eat food. Plum cakes, Biscuits etc.

  • Sleeping Bag or blanket to add-on to the comfort level in the tent. (optional)

  • Medicine those u require usually.

  • Wind & waterproof jacket & pant

  • Powerbank, Camera.

Points to note for Camping event:

Tent Stay : Styrofoam mattresses and blankets will be provided in the tents to keep yourself comfortable. Tents will be allocated on 2/3/4 sharing basis depending on tent size.
Washroom: Washroom facility is available at the campsite.
Boating and Swimming: Boating and swimming are available at the campsite with safety jackets. Participants won't be allowed to go in the water without a safety jacket.
Beverages: Cold drinks, bottled water can be bought at the campsite.

Frequently Asked Questions - Sula Wine Tour and camping

Q. What will be available for lunch During Sula visit ?

Ans. We will be having the famous Sadhna Missal for lunch during visit to Sula. You also have the option to have lunch at Sula Canteen at your own cost.

Q. What all things are provided in the tent?

Ans. The tent contains a Styrofoam mat which is similar to a yoga mat, and a blanket for each person. We suggest you to bring (optional) a bedsheet or blanket to add on to the comfort levels.

Q. Can we pay in cash or installment or on spot?

Ans. Sorry, we do not accept cash payments, on-spot payments, or installments. Advance booking is compulsory.

Q. What is the last date of booking?

Ans. Bookings close once tickets are sold out. Ideally, you need to book at least 2-3 days in advance.

Q. I have booked/paid for the event, is my booking confirmed?

Ans. No!, your booking can become invalid if you do not submit the "Most Important Details" required for emergency situations. For any Trek/Adventure event the organizers need to have your details atleast 24 hours prior to the event. We do not allow anyone to the campsite until we have complete and authentic details of the person. This info is crucial in case of an emergency and is a mandatory KYC parameter. The link for the "personal details form" will be sent on whatsapp after we receive participant details and payment confirmation. Submitting incomplete/incorrect/fake details in the form will make your booking invalid and no refund will be provided in such case.

Q. Is it safe for girls/women?

Ans. Apart from standard risks involved in any outdoor activity, Mischief Treks has a track record of making our events extremely safe for females and especially males. Normally 60 – 75 % of our participants are females.

Q. What is provided in meals during camping?

Ans. Dinner will consist of veg and nonveg options. rice, chapati, daal, seasonal veg, salad, Chicken curry.

Q. Is there mobile network, charging point, electricity at the campsite?

Ans. The campsite is a lakeside location away from civilization, you intermittent network connectivity is experienced. There is no electricity in the region. It's a Tribal area hence charging points are not available.

Q. Why is submitting emergency contact details and KYC information mandatory?

Ans. Its a standard protocol and also a guideline by Govt of India. We are accountable for every "Human-Body" present at our campsite or trek is our responsibility and in case of any unfortunate event we will be asked by authorities to provide all relevant information about you. In order to comply with the authorities we have to take authentic information from you. Fake/Incomplete information or non-submission of the details will make your ticket (paid amount) invalid and no refund will be provided in such case. You will not be allowed to participate in the event.

Q. Does the cancellation policy/rescheduling policy apply to me if I book on event day or last day?

Ans: Yes, the policy is applicable irrespective of the booking date. The cancellation / reschedule policy is applicable to everyone with immediate effect from the date and time of booking. The refunds/rescheduling requests will be processed based on the date and time of cancellation/reschedule request sent to us and the date and time of booking the event are irrelevant.

Q. What is the basis of cancellation/reschedule policy in case of medical or personal emergency of participant or organizing team?

Ans: The cancellation policy is based on fairness towards the participant and the organizing team. In case of medical/personal emergency, the loss arising out of cancellation/reschedule will be borne by the respective person. i.e. if the organizing team faces an emergency situation and the event gets canceled, the participant will not have to suffer financial loss. Similarly, if the participant faces an emergency situation, the organizing team will not have to suffer financial loss. The cancellation policy is designed with a completely unbiased approach towards the participant and organizing team and is aimed at fairness towards both.


Cancellation, Rescheduling & Refund Policy.

Cancellation, Rescheduling & Refund Policy.

  • 75% will be refunded if cancelled 20 days (480+ hrs) in advance.

  • 50% will be refunded if cancelled 10 days (240+ hrs) in advance.

  • 0% refund if cancelled in less than 10 days (240 hours) of the event date and time.

  • 0% refund if the participant drops out, misses bus pickup, does not reach the meeting point on scheduled date and time.

If the event itself gets cancelled, you will be given the option to switch to any other event or any other date, Or you can opt for 100% refund.
If you need to reschedule your booking to any other date, it can be done free of cost if the rescheduling request is sent 480 hours prior to event. From 00 hrs - 480 hours prior to event date and time, free rescheduling is not permitted. It will be counted as cancellation done in less than 480 hours of event date and time. It's a humble request, please do not give medical reasons, crib, argue or try to blackmail us if you drop out or cancel/reschedule the trek in last 20 days. This mutually agreed cancellation policy is applicable to you and us as well. Date and time of cancellation request sent to us will be considered in calculation of applicable slab given above. The date and time of booking the event are not relevant for calculating the number of days and hours remaining between the event date and cancellation request.

sula vineyards

Sula vineyards, Nashik

Sula Wines is a wine producer based in Nashik, 180 kilometers northeast of Mumbai. Rajeev Samant founded Sula Vineyards in 1999, Sula was Nashik’s first winery and paved the way for the emergence of India’s Wine Capital. Today, Sula is India’s leading wine company, spearheading the charge of Indian wine across the world. It is by far the largest producer of wines in India and was named after Samant's mother – 'Sulabha'. Samant steadily grew the company over the next few years by introducing newer grape varieties and expanding the company's offerings. Over the last few decades, the Nashik region has transformed and is often referred to as "India’s Napa Valley". Sula was the first in India to release wines made from Sauvignon Blanc and Chenin Blanc and, today, it has increased the vineyards to hold plantings of Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, Shiraz, Merlot, Riesling, and Viognier. The Rasa Shiraz is the prestige cuvée red wine made at Sula and is only produced in the best years. It is made from estate vineyards at Nashik and is a complex wine with the ability to age.

The Sula Wine Collection

Let’s look at the different styles of Sula wines:

Rasa:
The Rasa collection offers a trio of artisanal red wines, including Sula’s signature red wine, the Rasa Syrah. This wine is typically 95% Syrah with 5% Vioginer aged 12-14 months in French oak.


The Source:

Winemaking for ‘The Source’ collection focuses on vineyard sites. The Source Grenache Rosé is 100% Grenache and is modeled after the Southern Rhône Rosés of France.


Dindori Reserve:

The wines in the Dindori collection come from grapes grown in the picturesque Dindori subdistrict in Nashik: Dindori Reserve Viognier: 100% Viognier with textured intensity
Dindori Reserve Chardonnay: 100% Chardonnay with a creamy texture
Dindori Reserve Shiraz: 85% Shiraz, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon


Kadu:
Sula partnered with the Sanctuary Nature Foundation, a non-profit organization, to support conservationists across India. These wines are about them

Kadu Chenin Blanc: 100% Chenin Blanc

Kadu Cabernet Shiraz: 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Shiraz

Kadu Shiraz Rosé: 100% Shiraz


Sula Classics:
Sula Classics is a diverse collection designed to delight consumers.

Zinfandel Rosé: a light and refreshing Zinfandel

Sauvignon Blanc: 100% Sauvignon Blanc with a refreshing acidity

Chenin Blanc: an off-dry white wine made of 100% Chenin Blanc

Top 10 sula vines

  • Sula Vineyards Shiraz

  • Sula Vineyards Riesling

  • Sula Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon

  • Sula Vineyards Dindori Reserve

  • Sula Vineyards Zinfandel

  • Sula Vineyards Chenin Blanc

  • Sula Vineyards Satori Merlot - Malbec

  • Sula Vineyards Brut

  • Sula Vineyards Rasa Shiraz

  • Sula Vineyards Madera Red

Milestones achieved by sula

  • Sula Vineyards was the first company to set up a winery in Nashik in 1999.

  • Sula pioneered many classic grape varieties including Sauvignon Blanc and Chenin Blanc in 2000, Zinfandel in 2003, and Riesling in 2008.

  • Launched India’s first Grenache Rosé.

  • Launched India’s first and only sparkling Shiraz.

  • Producer of India’s best-selling red wine.

  • Sula Sommeliers conducted nearly 1300 tastings for consumers and institutions in 2020.

  • Sula is also one of the few authorized WSET (Wine & Spirit Education Trust) course providers in India. The Wine & Spirit Education Trust often referred to as WSET, is a global organization that arranges courses and exams in the field of wine and spirits.

  • Launched India’s first ‘Wildlife Wine’, Kadu in four varieties available in Karnataka, Maharashtra, and Goa.

  • Launched India’s first wine in a can – Dia, in two variants of red and white wine.

  • Sula is the first national wine brand to be listed with TASMAC - The Tamil Nadu State Marketing Corporation.

  • Sula’s wines are served on India’s national carrier - Air India.

  • Sula is the first Indian wine to be listed by Marks & Spencer UK in the year 2013.

Covid-19 Safety policy for Sula wine tasting tour and Camping

  • Every member of the group (participants/leaders/ clients & staff) has to wear protective mask/face shield while talking to each other.

  • The bus (if opted as transport) will be completely sanitised before picking up participants.

  • Every participant is instructed to keep safe distance from other participants right from start till the end of the event.

  • Every participant has to carry a sanitiser spray bottle while coming for the event and use it regularly.

  • Do not share food/snacks you bring along. (we will miss this fun- Dabba Party)

  • Carry additional unused mask as backup.

  • It should be ascertained from the participants that they are not residing / have not traveled in a containment zone and have not come in contact with any person who was tested positive in last 14 days.

  • Ascertain whether any participant has any symptoms of Influenza like illness (ILI) like fever, dry cough, weakness, severe body ache etc. at the time of beginning of activity. If it is so then he/she should be asked not to participate activity and be evacuated on medical grounds and should be asked to report to local health authority with his own expenses.

  • Strictly avoid eating gutkha, pan masala, cigarette or sniffing which induces spitting, coughing or sneezing.

  • Avoid touching external surfaces and touching your face when in outdoors.

  • If the location of your adventure activity is crowded then be prepared to leave or wait for the crowd to disperse/for your turn.

  • It is mandatory that a participant informs the organizers if he tests positive for Covid within 14 days of returning from adventure activity. It will help the organizers to inform and alert all other persons in the group, so that they can follow the medical/government norms in this regard. Here it is absolutely essential that the participant observes transparency and informs the organizers/group leaders about his Covid test results.