Honeymoon wine: There’s no better way to celebrate India’s love affair with the vine than with a glass of the wine.
Here are our top 10 places to go on a honeymoon with the Indian wine lover in mind.
Bombay’s Bombay Wine Festival, India, June 12-17 (via Wikipedia)Briefly, the Bombay Wine festival is an annual festival held every four years in Mumbai.
It’s held in July and August.
The festival attracts thousands of tourists from across the world to see some of the world’s most sought after wines.
It also offers a special opportunity to drink the wines of its favorite countries including Spain, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Australia and the United States.
It takes place over the course of four days, with different countries and wine types on offer.
There are two different days: the festival itself, and the tasting of the wines.
Each day has different rules and restrictions for what you can and cannot drink, so be sure to check out the official rules.
For the festival to work as a true celebration of India’s wine culture, however, it has to be packed to the gills.
On this day, you’ll find many of the top wine-loving tourists from India, as well as a few from overseas, mingling with some of India ‘s most renowned wine producers, and enjoying the festival in the most romantic way possible.
If you’re looking for an ideal spot to catch the festival and have a chance to sample some of its most sought-after wines, head to Bombay’s Wine Festival.
You’ll be surprised by the diversity of wines available, and you’ll also be able to get a taste of the culture that the festival is celebrating.
Bombay Wine Tourist InformationCenter (bawangaluru.org)For the best experience, head over to the Bawangali website and use the free Bawrangaluru honeymoon tour app to explore the region, where you can check out some of Mumbai ‘s best hotels and find out more about Bawan’s history and culture.
In addition, the BAWangalurus travel guide, which is the best place to book your honeymoon destination, has some of Bombay ‘s top hotels to choose from.
For a more in-depth guide to Mumbai, head here.
For more information on how to book a honeymoons destination in India, click here.