Sula, Wines, Vineyards, Nashik



At Sula we know that business and society do not only survive but also thrive together. We believe in results with a purpose, and are guided by principles that respect both our community and planet. 

We aim to produce world-renowned wines and be known for the highest standards in quality and production while integrating sustainability into our business strategy and leaving a net positive footprint by judicious use of natural resources and paving the way for eco-friendly practices in the wine industry in India.



Sula, Vineyards, Nashik, Wines, India

Solar Power

Nearly 50% of our energy requirement is supplied through solar panels at our winery, including water heating and water pumps resulting in tremendous savings on diesel fuel.

Rainwater Harvesting

25% of our annual water requirement is met through rainwater that is collected annually at four reservoirs totalling almost 30 million litres!


Water Conservation and Recycling

All waste water generated in our winery and hospitality operations is completely reused after being processed in Effluent Treatment Plants, resulting in a 45% reduction of water consumption.


40% of our fertilizer needs are met by our homemade organic compost through vermiculture. Our ultimate aim is to replace all traditional fertilizer requirements with a mix of vermicompost and farmyard manure.


Sustainable Vineyard Management

Reduction in chemical input, drip irrigation to reduce water consumption by 40% in our vineyards, and biological control of predators on the vines.


Sula, Vineyards, Nashik, Wines, India

As India's largest wine company and a leading job creator in rural Maharashtra, we are committed to investing in our people, our communities and the environment in order to create new pathways to opportunity and improve the lives and livelihoods of our neighbours. We focus on the following initiatives to develop and strengthen our local communities:

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