Sula Fest 2009 - Hosted by Sula Vineyards in association with The Misha Satya Raj Group Sula Vineyards is celebrating its tenth anniversary with 'Sula Fest' a day-long concert at the beautiful open-air, Greek-style amphitheater, set in the middle of Sulas own estate vineyards" the festival will provide a unique opportunity to experience the combined social pleasure of wine , food and music. The festival will offer visitors a unique opportunity to not only taste wines but also participate in several allied fun activities, attend various artist shows and enjoy gourmet food, and enjoying sho

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Sula Fest 2009 - Hosted by Sula Vineyards in association with The Misha Satya Raj Group Sula Vineyards is celebrating its tenth anniversary with 'Sula Fest' a day-long concert at the beautiful open-air, Greek-style amphitheater, set in the middle of Sulas own estate vineyards" the festival will provide a unique opportunity to experience the combined social pleasure of wine , food and music. The festival will offer visitors a unique opportunity to not only taste wines but also participate in several allied fun activities, attend various artist shows and enjoy gourmet food, and enjoying sho
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Sula Fest 2009 - Hosted by Sula Vineyards in association with The Misha Satya Raj Group Sula Vineyards is celebrating its tenth anniversary with 'Sula Fest' a day-long concert at the beautiful open-air, Greek-style amphitheater, set in the middle of Sulas own estate vineyards" the festival will provide a unique opportunity to experience the combined social pleasure of wine , food and music. The festival will offer visitors a unique opportunity to not only taste wines but also participate in several allied fun activities, attend various artist shows and enjoy gourmet food, and enjoying shopping. Sula Vineyard is situated 180 km northeast of Mumbai, Nashik is IndiaÕs largest grape-growing region, but had traditionally never been used to grow wine grapes. Founded by a Stanford-trained engineer named Rajeev Samant quit his hi-tech Silicon Valley job in 1993 and Kerry Damskey, an eminent Californian winemaker, who enthusiastically agreed to help start a winery on RajeevÕs 30 acre family estate. In 1997, the duo took the revolutionary step of planting French Sauvignon Blanc and Californian Chenin Blanc, varieties that had never before been planted in India. The first Sula wines, released in 2000. Since its inception, Sula has rapidly established itself as IndiaÕs leading premium wine brand, helping spark a wine revolution that has seen consumption grow at 25% annually and several new wineries come up in the Nashik area. In November 2002, Wine Spectator Ð the worldÕs No.1 wine magazine Ð did a five-page feature on Sula, a proud first for an Indian winery. A second winery with three times the capacity of the first was completed in late 2004 to keep up with demand, and a third million litre winery started operations in 2006. Sula has expanded from the original 30 acre family estate to about 1500 acres (owned and contracted) under plantation, both in Nashik as well as in nearby Dindori, IndiaÕs upcoming wine region. Varietals planted include Cabernet Sauvignon,

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