Sun kissed vineyards tucked away at the base of the Sahyadri hills in Maharashtra seem to slowly wake up to a flurry of revelry for three days every year. When the soft-spoken Rajeev Samant, who quit his job at Oracle Corporation after his education at Stanford University to set up Sula Vineyards in 1998, conceived Sulafest 10 years ago, he would not have envisioned tens and thousands of people descending upon his vineyards. Or maybe he did. A decade after its inception, the festival is quite easily one of the most, no wait, the most fun wine and music festival in India. The vibe is vibrant, the mood languid, the feel hedonistic. ... Continue Reading »
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