It was bigger and better! The SulaFest 2015 drew a lot of people as they celebrated food, wine and music at the Gourmet World Music Festival. Here’s what you missed… On the first weekend of this month more than 11,000 people flocked to attend the eighth edition of the SulaFest at the Sula Vineyards in Sawargaon, a small village in Nashik.
Aptly titled “Gourmet World Music Festival,” the two-day festival from February 7th to 8th proved to be a great mix of food, music and of course, splendid wines. With its happy vibe and picturesque setting, the fest was a hit with Indians and expats alike.
Started with the aim to de-mystify and make wine more accessible, at the festival this year, 14 bands from 10 different countries played 16 different genres of music. Apart from the American Indie rock band, “Young the Giant,” it was Lucky Ali who completely stole the show.
While the music kept the crowd enthralled, restaurants like Café Zoe, Woodside Inn, Maroosh and Busago and the recently-launched Soleil by La Plage ensured nobody ate boring fare. It was all great gourmet food!
As for the drinks, Sula’s Seco Rose was the official wine of the festival. Apart from that, Mumbai’s The Tasting Room gave wine enthusiasts a taste of some good wine. Hardys was on board too since it’s a part of Sula Selections.