The story of
Our Nashik Estate is a picturesque 9 acres expanse with a hill on the southern side and a lake in the north. The natural slope of the terrain allows good drainage of water in the soil contributing to the quality of the fruit from our estate vineyards. Located 20mins from the heart of Nashik City, our state-of- the-art winery presents a breath-taking view of the tranquil expanse of the Gangapur dam backwaters. This is where our seductive wines with subtle flavours are made.
- Total Vineyards
- 80 acres
- Soil type
- Volcanic Black Basalt Soil
- Varieties Planted
- Chenin Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Shiraz
Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Tempranillo, Zinfandel, Viognier
The soil in the Nashik Region is Volcanic Black Basalt Soil and characterized by its subhumid and semiarid climate. Most of the region has black clayey soils with little organic matter & 13-16% of the region consists of light red soil.
Almost all the soils in Nashik are alkaline in nature having medium levels of Nitrogen (N) content but very high Potassium (K) content.
India is a tropical winemaking country with three distinct seasons; Summer, Monsoon & Winter. During the summer months of March to May, the temperatures reach as high as 43-44 degrees whereas during winter months of Nov to Jan they go as low as 3-4 degrees. The average yearly rainfall is about 880mm with 91-92% of it taking place during the
The most widely planted red and white grape varieties in India are Shiraz & Chenin Blanc respectively. Other than these there are wide plantations of Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon & Zinfandel. Vineyards of Chardonnay & Tempranillo are small but on the rise as favourable clones of these grapes are being planted across the Nashik region.
We employ modern viticulture practices of growing, pruning, spraying, and management techniques to ensure that the fruit
Our winery is designed on multiple levels where the various production areas of grape receival, crushing, red winemaking, white winemaking,