Its that time of the year when fresh and juicy grapes in plumy red and gloomy green have emerged to give us the finest Wines in India. The far-wide sprawling vineyard calls for a visit to learn the history of winemaking and of course, taste a few amazing Wines. Its finesse and essence are pleasurable, stay there pick your favourite bottle and sip in the mesmerizing drink while watching the setting sun at the vineyard.
At Trikon, we also take you for a Winemaking process tour along with grape stomping. Not just once we shall visit three Vineyards in a row. Let's sip in some wine and lose ourselves to the refreshing ambience.
What to do at the Vineyard?
Stomping at Soma Winery ( Not Available before Feb )
Enough of movie admiration, the Grape Stomping is a must-do activity at the vineyard. Jump, splash and play with these little grapes as you crush them under your feet. It's just you and the bucket filled with grapes nothing comes between, we promise!
Wine Making Process & Tasting at Sula Vineyards
The team of experts present at the Vineyard takes you through a guided session, where you gain in-depth information about the entire winemaking process. So keep your questions ready. Once the session gets over, be ready for the Seeing, Swirling, Smelling and Sipping indulgence. Let the pioneers in Indian wine tourism take you on a magical journey at the spot where Indians first experienced wine.
Lunch at York Winery
The third winery is quaint as compared to the other two, but it is loved by the visitors for its fewer crowds and more delicacies to taste.
Which Vineyards do we explore?
Tucked away from the chaos, Soma Vineyards boasts of a wide sprawling landscape of vineyards. Buy a souvenir for friends and family as well. Whereas the most popular and widely acclaimed Sula Vineyards has won several awards for the smooth and soul-filling wine. We shall also take you to Yoke Vineyard for Lunch and a short trip.
Day 1, Sunday