Grover Zampa Vineyards

Grover Zampa Vineyards

There is no life and love without wine 🙂

People don’t travel all the way out to Grover Zampa Vineyards to watch birds. The vineyard is rooted into the landscape in a way that is intrinsically part of the surrounding vistas, and the wine here is utterly spectacular in so many ways. Seeing the production of the wine from the early stages of grape growing, to fermentation and bottling makes you appreciate the endless years of work that go into just one good glass! Smell sweetly and sip slowly, there is nothing more savoury than a freshly corked bottle of cabernet shared with the ones you love.

Thank you for hosting us #GroverZampa 💗 Sparkling our way into March with your finest new sparkling wine with real 24-carat gold flakes #Auriga!!

 

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Tanya Dhar with Vikram Dhar and Shiju Sugunan

 

*Disclaimer: This review was done on an invitation from Grover Zampa Vineyards, and is a narrative of the author’s experience at the vineyard. Due judgement and care has been applied by the author to remain objective and unbiased in the review.

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26 Comments

  • I think a stop in Bangalore is in order now! Fine wine and a beautiful city is something I simply can’t resist. Thank you for sharing 🙂

  • Oh my Goodness! Do you know, Bangalore vineyards have never truly spoken to me. But now. NOW. Thanks! (But seriously, your photographs are absolutely incredible!)

  • So much beauty! You’ve captured stunning photos of your vineyard visit. I appreciate your blog very much. Thanks for sharing. xx

  • Some compelling reasons to go for a visit! I love your blog and I’ve always loved the way you are able to capture the atmosphere everywhere you go.

  • Grover Zampa looks and sounds amazing! I’ve for the longest time been itching to go, but now you’re really selling it to me. I’m experiencing a major influx of wanderlust reading this. Thanks for the great post, Tanya!

  • Your photographs are absolutely gorgeous in this post! Everything looks so beautiful and bright. Was it busy while you were there, Tanya?

    • Thank you!

      Busy when there’s a tour group roaming around, Adity. But if you hang around for a while longer, you will have the vineyard all to yourself. 🙂

  • Loved reading this review! Wonderful pictures too. I’d been living in Bangalore for a long time before moving back to Singapore. You’ve given me a reason to go back and add something else to my must-visit list!

  • You’ve captured your visit perfectly, Tanya! It would seem that the weather played along perfectly. I’m so glad you had such a great trip. xx

    • I loved it, Zsaire! We had amazing weather while we were there, and I could see it being a regular getaway for some summer sun in the future!

  • I’m a weirdo in that if every single person I know loves a place, I almost want to dislike it, just to be different. And keeping in mind that I don’t have a Bangalore list per se, I’m absolutely adding Grovers to that list!

  • I have never been to Grover Zampa Vineyards, but it looks lovely! I’m surprised the wine was so good… now I am very curious about it. LOL

  • Wow, this looks really amazing! You’re bringing back some fond recollections of my travels to India… Looking forward to the next installment in Bangalore!

  • This sounds like a beautiful experience! I can only imagine how lovely it must have been to actually be there. I’ll keep Grovers on the list if I decide to visit Bangalore.

    • That was Grover Zampa for me, Karen: a great experience that I thought I wouldn’t be able to get enough of! I can’t wait to explore some more on a future visit!

  • In 2015, I had the amazing opportunity to visit vineyards all over India. I loved every bit of it – the hilltop views, the green fields, the food, and the wine (of course). Your amazing photos bring back such a rush of memories… 🙂

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