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Road Trip Through India's Secret Wine Country

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Dubbed the Napa Valley of India by locals, Nashik—located just a few hours north of Mumbai—is an emerging wine region filled with ambitious producers whose special pruning techniques nurture grapes in moderate rains and a surplus of sunshine. Hire a driver to tour the area, and you’ll see for yourself that the vines are thriving. by LESLEY TRITES
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Nariman Point, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400021, India
Recover from jet lag at the Oberoi, a sleek, serene hotel with waterfront views and 24-hour butler service. Every room faces the Queen’s Necklace, a marine strip so called for its nighttime lights that resemble pearls. Visit the concierge to...
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No tour of India’s wine country would be complete without a visit to Sula Vineyards. Its winemakers export bottles to restaurants all over the world including the renowned Daniel in New York. Look for the acidic chenin blanc, a staple of the...
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Gat No.967 / 1026, Wadivare-Kushegaon Road, Taluka Igatpuri, Nashik, Sanjegaon, Maharashtra 422402, India
Fans of big reds should visit the nearby family-owned York Winery (york winery.com) for its reserve cabernet sauvignon or shiraz. Afterward, take the scenic route to Grover Zampa, a boutique winery with a spacious tasting room and expansive wine...
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Sharanpur Link Road, Near Tibetin Market, Canada Corner, Canada Corner, P&T Colony, Nashik, Maharashtra 422002, India
Five miles south of downtown Nashik, a city of about 1.5 million, stop at the Pandulena Caves, a holy site comprising 24 caves that feature rock carvings of Buddhist deities. Back in Nashik, serves the best authentic Indian around: jumbo papadum,...