Our Judgment: Without doubt, India 's most comprehensive wine company web site.
If there were an Indian equivalent of the Ebbys, the site for the best Indian wine web site would, without doubt go to the one set up by Sula Wines. This easy-to-navigate web site combines slick salesmanship with a passion to educate wine enthusiasts. You can spend a good half-hour clicking your way through the information packed into this web site. Care to know about Nashik's terroir? Go to this site. Wish to update your personal wine vocab, from acid to Zinfandel? Log on to this site. Of course, the site is mindful of its objective of promoting its wine portfolio – it does the job well. I was particularly impressed by the succinctness of the descriptions of Sula's international wine portfolio.
For an aficionado who wishes to know about the wines in the market, the Sula site offers the best possible introduction. Each wine is listed with food pairing recommendations and serving temperatures. I wish, though, the Sula team had spent a little more time pairing their Nashik and Dindori wines with Indian food. I've just one quibble. The international entries don't have links to company web sites. You must have them.
I have a suggestion. Why doesn't Sula forge a partnership with a couple of leading Indian restaurants – I can already think of Konkan Café, Mainland China, Dumpukht and Thai Pavilion – and produce the country's first authentic web guide to pairing Indian, Indian Chinese and Thai cuisine with Sula's wines. Sula can do it.