I read a great article today about wine tourism and its' rise in popularity in India. You can read the full article here: Wine tourism: India's rush to the vineyards- Nikkei Asian Review Here's a little from the article though: "Increased government support, an easing of alcohol-related laws and greater interest among Indians -- especially women -- have led more vineyards to follow the lead of California's Napa Valley by building hotels, restaurants and spas along wine trails. India's leading vintner, Sula Vineyards, has built a 35-room resort in Nashik -- a wine growing district around 170 km northeast of Mumbai that is considered India's wine capital. Nashik's terraced slopes and terroir, coupled with easy availability of water and land, have led it to produce 75% of India's total annual wine production, estimated at 1.4 million cases." If you're planning a trip to India, is wine tourism something that would be on your radar as a part of your vacation?