Dance to the Tunes of Dandiya in Sula Vineyards

Mumbai, India (PressExposure) September 23, 2009 -- Celebrate Navratri doing the traditional dandiya and garba dance in Sula Vineyards from 24th to 27th September. DJ Nilesh has been booked for mixing special dance numbers to create magic in the vineyards this Dandiya. Tickets are available at Denim Rig, Bakers's Bounty, Planet M and Cafe Xpress (all outlets at college Road). Ticket charges are Rs 250/- per person and Sula is offering Special discounts for groups. Sula will be organizing food stalls for everyone which will set the taste-buds tingling.

The Dandiya Night is going to be held at the beautiful amphitheatre situated in the Vineyard grounds. Sula has always hosted cultural events like music shows and handicrafts exhibition at the amphitheatre. Do join us to enjoy the beautiful ambience of the vineyard and have fun dancing to the rhythms of fusion of traditional and bollywood songs.

About Sula Vineyards: Sula Vineyards has quickly gained a reputation as India's #1 premium wine company since the launch of the company's first wines in 2000. Today, Sula Vineyards' award-winning wines are available nationwide at the finest hotels and restaurants, and are also exported to other countries. In 2005, Sula proudly launched its first reserve wine, the Dindori Reserve Shiraz, as well as India's first dessert wine, the Late Harvest Chenin Blanc. The winery is open to the public for educational tours, and the beautiful Tasting Room invites visitors to enjoy their favourite Sula wines amidst spectacular views of the vineyards and surrounding lakes and hills.

Firmly committed to remaining at the forefront of Indian wines, Sula continues to experiment with new varietals, engage in sustainable agriculture, support the local rural economy, and, of course, make wines of outstanding quality and superb value.

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Press Release Submitted On: September 23, 2009 at 5:45 am
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