15 Photographs to tempt you to visit UB's Vineyard in Baramati, India

Today I thought of continuing the Blogging took me there' series with one of our special experiences of Four Seasons Vineyards  in Baramati, Maharashtra. During the month of January, I received an email with an invite to visit UB's vineyards in Baramati. It was a very special invite because of various reasons - visit to a vineyard, opportunity to explore Baramati/Pune region of Maharashtra and many more.  During the month of February, we flew from Delhi to Pune and hit the vineyards of Baramati after a drive of 2 hrs through farms of grapes and sugarcanes. There were few more bloggers joined from Mumbai and Banglore. Things were all set for our welcome and as we entered, few well dressed folks guided us to our suite. This vineyard is not open for all, but has brilliant space to stay overnight. Our suite was amazing and couldn't understand how I missed clicking any photograph of the suite. Probably because I hardly spent time inside the room and preferred spending more time with wine & the vineyard :)  My wife Vibha (who is also a blogger ) was also accompanying me. This vineyard was located in a very peaceful part of Baramati region. So she found this as a writer friendly place and wrote few pages of her novelWe spent 2 nights and 3 days at the vineyard. Most of the time was spent to understand wine making process, wine tasting sessions with a specialized chef who had come from Hyatt Banglore. Rest of the time we spent exploring the vineyard and surrounding forests. Sunset looks amazing from the the residency inside the vineyard.  It was fun to have wonderful parties with the vineyard staff and musicians from Mumbai, who had specially come for the blogger evenings.This vineyard is spread over a huge land, having grape farms all around and a helipad. Here I don't want to share the repeated details of this experience, so would recommend checking out my old posts on Four Seasons Vineyard in BaramatiAfter lot of wine during these 3 days, we moved back to Pune and planned to extend this break. We stayed in Pune for 2 more days and planned to visit Lonavala  Khandala & Lavasa.

It's been 3 years since we visited Baramati to explore UB's Four Seasons' Vineyard but still we clearly remember our 3 night stay there. This was one of the outstanding trips in last 5 years because of various reasons. This post talks less about the place through words. So let these photographs speak about the place and what to expect there.

Recently we were in Baramati to explore UB's Four Seasons Vineyard spread over 55 acres of land. This Photo Journey shares some quick glimpses from the visit and detailed post will be coming soon. Enjoy and do check out the detailed post next week with some exciting stuff from Vineyard and some surprises including wildlife encounters around the place.

Recently we were in Baramati to explore UB's Four Seasons Vineyard spread over 55 acres of land. This Photo Journey shares some quick glimpses from the visit and detailed post will be coming soon. Enjoy and do check out the detailed post next week with some exciting stuff from Vineyard and some surprises including wildlife encounters around the place.

Recently we were in Baramati to explore UB's Four Seasons Vineyard spread over 55 acres of land. This Photo Journey shares some quick glimpses from the visit and detailed post will be coming soon. Enjoy and do check out the detailed post next week with some exciting stuff from Vineyard and some surprises including wildlife encounters around the place.

Recently we were in Baramati to explore UB's Four Seasons Vineyard spread over 55 acres of land. This Photo Journey shares some quick glimpses from the visit and detailed post will be coming soon. Enjoy and do check out the detailed post next week with some exciting stuff from Vineyard and some surprises including wildlife encounters around the place.

Today I thought of continuing the Blogging took me there' series with one of our special experiences of Four Seasons Vineyards  in Baramati, Maharashtra. During the month of January, I received an email with an invite to visit UB's vineyards in Baramati. It was a very special invite because of various reasons - visit to a vineyard, opportunity to explore Baramati/Pune region of Maharashtra and many more.  During the month of February, we flew from Delhi to Pune and hit the vineyards of Baramati after a drive of 2 hrs through farms of grapes and sugarcanes. There were few more bloggers joined from Mumbai and Banglore. Things were all set for our welcome and as we entered, few well dressed folks guided us to our suite. This vineyard is not open for all, but has brilliant space to stay overnight. Our suite was amazing and couldn't understand how I missed clicking any photograph of the suite. Probably because I hardly spent time inside the room and preferred spending more time with wine & the vineyard :)  My wife Vibha (who is also a blogger ) was also accompanying me. This vineyard was located in a very peaceful part of Baramati region. So she found this as a writer friendly place and wrote few pages of her novelWe spent 2 nights and 3 days at the vineyard. Most of the time was spent to understand wine making process, wine tasting sessions with a specialized chef who had come from Hyatt Banglore. Rest of the time we spent exploring the vineyard and surrounding forests. Sunset looks amazing from the the residency inside the vineyard.  It was fun to have wonderful parties with the vineyard staff and musicians from Mumbai, who had specially come for the blogger evenings.This vineyard is spread over a huge land, having grape farms all around and a helipad. Here I don't want to share the repeated details of this experience, so would recommend checking out my old posts on Four Seasons Vineyard in BaramatiAfter lot of wine during these 3 days, we moved back to Pune and planned to extend this break. We stayed in Pune for 2 more days and planned to visit Lonavala  Khandala & Lavasa.




Today I thought of continuing the Blogging took me there' series with one of our special experiences of Four Seasons Vineyards  in Baramati, Maharashtra. During the month of January, I received an email with an invite to visit UB's vineyards in Baramati. It was a very special invite because of various reasons - visit to a vineyard, opportunity to explore Baramati/Pune region of Maharashtra and many more.  During the month of February, we flew from Delhi to Pune and hit the vineyards of Baramati after a drive of 2 hrs through farms of grapes and sugarcanes. There were few more bloggers joined from Mumbai and Banglore. Things were all set for our welcome and as we entered, few well dressed folks guided us to our suite. This vineyard is not open for all, but has brilliant space to stay overnight. Our suite was amazing and couldn't understand how I missed clicking any photograph of the suite. Probably because I hardly spent time inside the room and preferred spending more time with wine & the vineyard :)  My wife Vibha (who is also a blogger ) was also accompanying me. This vineyard was located in a very peaceful part of Baramati region. So she found this as a writer friendly place and wrote few pages of her novelWe spent 2 nights and 3 days at the vineyard. Most of the time was spent to understand wine making process, wine tasting sessions with a specialized chef who had come from Hyatt Banglore. Rest of the time we spent exploring the vineyard and surrounding forests. Sunset looks amazing from the the residency inside the vineyard.  It was fun to have wonderful parties with the vineyard staff and musicians from Mumbai, who had specially come for the blogger evenings.This vineyard is spread over a huge land, having grape farms all around and a helipad. Here I don't want to share the repeated details of this experience, so would recommend checking out my old posts on Four Seasons Vineyard in BaramatiAfter lot of wine during these 3 days, we moved back to Pune and planned to extend this break. We stayed in Pune for 2 more days and planned to visit Lonavala  Khandala & Lavasa.

Today I thought of continuing the Blogging took me there' series with one of our special experiences of Four Seasons Vineyards  in Baramati, Maharashtra. During the month of January, I received an email with an invite to visit UB's vineyards in Baramati. It was a very special invite because of various reasons - visit to a vineyard, opportunity to explore Baramati/Pune region of Maharashtra and many more.  During the month of February, we flew from Delhi to Pune and hit the vineyards of Baramati after a drive of 2 hrs through farms of grapes and sugarcanes. There were few more bloggers joined from Mumbai and Banglore. Things were all set for our welcome and as we entered, few well dressed folks guided us to our suite. This vineyard is not open for all, but has brilliant space to stay overnight. Our suite was amazing and couldn't understand how I missed clicking any photograph of the suite. Probably because I hardly spent time inside the room and preferred spending more time with wine & the vineyard :)  My wife Vibha (who is also a blogger ) was also accompanying me. This vineyard was located in a very peaceful part of Baramati region. So she found this as a writer friendly place and wrote few pages of her novelWe spent 2 nights and 3 days at the vineyard. Most of the time was spent to understand wine making process, wine tasting sessions with a specialized chef who had come from Hyatt Banglore. Rest of the time we spent exploring the vineyard and surrounding forests. Sunset looks amazing from the the residency inside the vineyard.  It was fun to have wonderful parties with the vineyard staff and musicians from Mumbai, who had specially come for the blogger evenings.This vineyard is spread over a huge land, having grape farms all around and a helipad. Here I don't want to share the repeated details of this experience, so would recommend checking out my old posts on Four Seasons Vineyard in BaramatiAfter lot of wine during these 3 days, we moved back to Pune and planned to extend this break. We stayed in Pune for 2 more days and planned to visit Lonavala  Khandala & Lavasa.

Today I thought of continuing the Blogging took me there' series with one of our special experiences of Four Seasons Vineyards  in Baramati, Maharashtra. During the month of January, I received an email with an invite to visit UB's vineyards in Baramati. It was a very special invite because of various reasons - visit to a vineyard, opportunity to explore Baramati/Pune region of Maharashtra and many more.  During the month of February, we flew from Delhi to Pune and hit the vineyards of Baramati after a drive of 2 hrs through farms of grapes and sugarcanes. There were few more bloggers joined from Mumbai and Banglore. Things were all set for our welcome and as we entered, few well dressed folks guided us to our suite. This vineyard is not open for all, but has brilliant space to stay overnight. Our suite was amazing and couldn't understand how I missed clicking any photograph of the suite. Probably because I hardly spent time inside the room and preferred spending more time with wine & the vineyard :)  My wife Vibha (who is also a blogger ) was also accompanying me. This vineyard was located in a very peaceful part of Baramati region. So she found this as a writer friendly place and wrote few pages of her novelWe spent 2 nights and 3 days at the vineyard. Most of the time was spent to understand wine making process, wine tasting sessions with a specialized chef who had come from Hyatt Banglore. Rest of the time we spent exploring the vineyard and surrounding forests. Sunset looks amazing from the the residency inside the vineyard.  It was fun to have wonderful parties with the vineyard staff and musicians from Mumbai, who had specially come for the blogger evenings.This vineyard is spread over a huge land, having grape farms all around and a helipad. Here I don't want to share the repeated details of this experience, so would recommend checking out my old posts on Four Seasons Vineyard in BaramatiAfter lot of wine during these 3 days, we moved back to Pune and planned to extend this break. We stayed in Pune for 2 more days and planned to visit Lonavala  Khandala & Lavasa.

Today I thought of continuing the Blogging took me there' series with one of our special experiences of Four Seasons Vineyards  in Baramati, Maharashtra. During the month of January, I received an email with an invite to visit UB's vineyards in Baramati. It was a very special invite because of various reasons - visit to a vineyard, opportunity to explore Baramati/Pune region of Maharashtra and many more.  During the month of February, we flew from Delhi to Pune and hit the vineyards of Baramati after a drive of 2 hrs through farms of grapes and sugarcanes. There were few more bloggers joined from Mumbai and Banglore. Things were all set for our welcome and as we entered, few well dressed folks guided us to our suite. This vineyard is not open for all, but has brilliant space to stay overnight. Our suite was amazing and couldn't understand how I missed clicking any photograph of the suite. Probably because I hardly spent time inside the room and preferred spending more time with wine & the vineyard :)  My wife Vibha (who is also a blogger ) was also accompanying me. This vineyard was located in a very peaceful part of Baramati region. So she found this as a writer friendly place and wrote few pages of her novelWe spent 2 nights and 3 days at the vineyard. Most of the time was spent to understand wine making process, wine tasting sessions with a specialized chef who had come from Hyatt Banglore. Rest of the time we spent exploring the vineyard and surrounding forests. Sunset looks amazing from the the residency inside the vineyard.  It was fun to have wonderful parties with the vineyard staff and musicians from Mumbai, who had specially come for the blogger evenings.This vineyard is spread over a huge land, having grape farms all around and a helipad. Here I don't want to share the repeated details of this experience, so would recommend checking out my old posts on Four Seasons Vineyard in BaramatiAfter lot of wine during these 3 days, we moved back to Pune and planned to extend this break. We stayed in Pune for 2 more days and planned to visit Lonavala  Khandala & Lavasa.






 


What does these photographs say? What's your take on this place?

6 comments:

D.Nambiar said...

Neat! Tempting indeed.

ArchanaC Kapoor said...

amazing photography Vj :-)

Arun Prasadh said...

Amazing pics.

amsang said...

What an awesome capture of the scenes of the whole setup.

amsang said...

What an awesome capture of the scenes of the whole setup.

Hemant said...

You should visit Sula Vinayard Nashik

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