Over the last two decades, Sula Vineyards has played a pivotal role in building the Indian wine industry. A true pioneer not only did Sula establish the world’s newest premium wine region of Nashik, it also put India on the global wine map. Sula’s wines have won numerous awards in top global wine competitions including Decanter World Wine Awards and the International Wine Challenge.

With wineries in Maharashtra and Karnataka, Sula constantly explores the local terroir to make authentic artisanal wines – producing and selling over 1 million cases across India. Sula pioneered Wine Tourism in India and today over 4 lakh visitors visit Sula’s iconic Nasik estate annually. Sula opened the country’s first Winery Tasting Room in 2005, and India’s first vineyard resort in 2010.

Firmly committed to remaining at the forefront of Indian wine, Sula continues to pioneer grape varieties, engage in sustainable agriculture, and support the local rural economy. Along with innovation, Sula sees sustainability as a key pillar in all its operations and is one of Asia’s most sustainable wine producers. Sula, the first Asian winery gold member of the International Wineries for Climate Action (IWCA), shares the goal of achieving net-zero emissions by 2050.