About Grover Zampa Vineyards Ltd.
Situated 40 kilometers from city center and on the ouskirts of Bangalore, stretches India’s most exiting wine region: the Nandi Hills. Once known as the summer retreat of Tipu Sultan and then of the British, it has triumphantly risen as a rich wine producing area in recent past. Nandi Hills is a picturesque region dotted with sloping green hillsides and miles of forestland. It is inhabited by incredibly beautiful wild life. In such paradisiacal landscape, stand our vineyards.
Grover Zampa Vineyards Ltd. Reviews
★★★★★ A weekend getaway from Bangalore, it's good for wine enthusiasts. They have two slots a day, if possible book the same prior to reaching there. It's a beautiful lush green property, with ample space to sit and sip a glass of wine. Wine tasting was a great experience. More than just the wine, you get to see the entire process from segregation of grapes to fermentation to final distillation. It was a good experience, worth a try if you have interest in wine, more about how and what.
★★★★★ One time thing. Good option for weekend getaway.I went for 1:30 pm slot. They attended us from 2:00-4:30 pm. There is a guide during this whole time who will be giving you a brief idea of the whole process of wine making. Pros: 1. They give you 5 varieties of wine during wine tasting 2. You are really gonna enjoy grape stomping. Cons: 1. They charge Rs 1100 + taxes which I feel is a bit expensive because we were not provided with any lunch. 2. My biggest disappointment is they didn't take us to the grape vineyard instead played a video of their vineyard which is somewhere in Nagpur.
★★★★★ Best place for 🍷 enthusiastic people. Will get chance to taste different varieties of 🍷. With guide Mr. Rohit, it was completely fun filled trip for us with good sense of humor. 🍷 tasting is one of the best part.
★★★★★ June 2019 - The place is good and so is Grover wines. Not a great time to take a tour though. For some reason, they have replaced the tour guide with a weirdo who keep rotating around things with half-baked knowledge and his attitude for 'poor Indians' would make you want to quit wines. The restaurant is also closed. Some other year maybe, meh.
★★★★★ A beautiful vineyard with a very relaxed Atmosphere.There is wine tour available where the guide will take you through the factory to show And explain the process of wine making. Then it is followed by wine tasting at least 6 different types(3 sparkling & 3 red). Post this there is grape stomping and lunch. The rates are very reasonable and a must try in Bangalore. One can also visit the vineyard which is close by. FYI, the restaurant is currently under Renovation and the food that is outsourced is good as well.