From February 9 to March 11 Nashik to host India Grape Harvest & Wine Festival

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From February 9 to March 11 Nashik to host India Grape Harvest & Wine Festival

AgriNation News Network

Mumbai. 12 Feb 2018

Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation, (MTDC), in association with Nashik Valley Wine Cluster, has announced the commencement of the India Grape Harvest, Wine Festival (IGHWF) from February 9 to March 11, every weekend at wineries, vineyards and Agro tourist destinations across Nashik Valley.

The initiative is inspired by the grape harvest festival held in various countries like France, Italy, Spain and Napa Valley and aims to popularise Indian grapes, raisins, wine agricultural and industrial production in India in addition to boosting wine tourism. The festival will be held across 20 venues. India Grape Harvest, Wine Festival 2018 celebrates the beginning of the harvest season and will witness participation of India’s premium wineries and vineyards like Vinchur wine park, Vallonne vineyards, Zampa grover, Soma winery, Nipha winery, Sula vineyards, Sayhadri Agro farm, Kensington club and Chandon India. Speaking on the occasion, Jaykumar Rawal, Hon’ble Minister of Tourism & (EGS), Government of Maharashtra said, “I am delighted to see that Wine tourism is gaining popularity and the people in India are appreciating the creativity and methods involved in wine production.”

The festival is part of MTDC’s endeavour to increase Wine and Agro-Tourism in the city and simultaneously generate employment opportunities.