Featured Writer: Sheetal Paranjpe
India has a very small population of wine connoisseur as compared to some other countries. While I am not a part of that population, I do enjoy white wine. Recently, there are some really good quality up and coming wineries in India. I visited Sula vineyards at Nasik in Maharashtra and fell in love with it all over again. This is not going to be a verbose post, so I would suggest you to kick back (maybe with a glass of your favorite wine 😉 ), relax and enjoy the pictures I took there. A tour of Sula vineyards from my perspective. I have repeated one picture with different processing; I just could not resist!
What was very interesting about this place was that they had made use and reuse of every fragment of their wine bottles and devised intelligent articles out of the used empty bottles. This hanging piece below gave a very rustic look to the ambiance.
Some of the used wine bottles were made into these really interesting lamps and the bottoms of these bottles which were cut off were very intelligently used as ash trays.
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