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Top 15 Best Indian Red Wines to try in 2024

This red magical liquid made out of grapes makes us drool even at the thought of it. This is what most of our Saturday nights are composed of and of course, a little bit of dancing and a lot of laughter. Especially in a country like India, where wine is not celebrated as much as vodka, whiskey, and other alcoholic beverage, we still bring you the brands that are ruling the Indian red wine sector. 

India’s red wine market is expanding every day, and in the last couple of years, we’ve discovered several domestic wines that proved to be stellar in quality, and remarkable in taste. We’re beyond excited about the commendable growth in Indian wines, and while a new favourite gets added every so often, So here’s listing the 10 best Indian red wines you need to get your hands and mouth on. 

Best Indian Red Wines of all time –

Cabernet Shiraz By Sula 

Winery: Sula Vineyards, Nashik Valley 

Grape Variety: 70% Shiraz + 30% Cabernet Sauvignon

Price: ₹950 for 750 ml

  • Cabernet Shiraz by Sula is a smooth, medium-bodied red wine that pairs well with grilled meats and hard cheese in equal measure.
  • It has a rich deep purple colour, and an enticing aroma of spice, smokiness coupled with blueberries and blackberries.

Sette by Fratelli Wines 

Winery: Fratelli Vineyards, Akluj, Maharashtra  

Grape Variety: 60% Sangiovese + 40% Cabernet Sauvignon

Price: ₹2,000 for 750 ml

Alcohol Content: 13.5%

  • This one is a delicious red wine, boasting rich flavours of smoky coffee and chocolate, topped off with a lingering finish.

 Big Banyan Merlot 

Winery: Big Banyan Wines, Bengaluru, Karnataka 

Grape Variety: Merlot 

Price: ₹800 (Approx.) for 750 ml

Alcohol Content: 13%

  • The Big Banyan Merlot is an exemplary red, packed with divine smoothness and soft, velvety tannins.

Four Seasons Barrique Reserve Shiraz

Winery: Four Seasons Vineyards, Baramati, Maharashtra  

Grape Variety: 87% Shiraz + 10% Cabernet Sauvignon + 3% Viognier

  • This Reserve Shiraz by Four Seasons is a complex, full-bodied red with stunning smoky and earthy flavours in every sip.
  • One of the best Indian red wines in the market, this one has received several accolades due to its excellent taste and depth of palate.

La Reserve by Grover Zampa 

Winery: Grover Zampa Vineyards, Doddaballapura, Karnataka 

Grape Variety: Blend of Cabernet Sauvignon + Shiraz

Price: ₹880 for 750 ml

Alcohol Content: 14%

  • Awarded with Gold under Asia wines at the Silk Route Awards 2016, La Reserve by Grover Zampa is a smooth, complex and full-bodied red.
  • It comes with a flavoursome bouquet of ripe red and black fruits, and spicy aromas.

Reserve Tempranillo By Charosa 

Winery: Charosa Winery, Charosa Village, Maharasthra 

Grape Variety: Tempranillo 

Price: ₹2,500 for 750 ml

  • Dubbed as one of the finest red wines produced in the country, this liquor hails from the Charosa vineyard in Maharastra.
  • It comes in enticing dark ruby colour, and the wine comprises rich aromas of Coconut, Vanilla and Raspberry.

York Arros 

Winery: York Winery, Nashik Valley 

Grape Variety: Reserve Blend of Cabernet Sauvignon + Shiraz

Price: ₹1,400-₹1,500 (Approx.) for 750 ml

Alcohol Content: 14.3%

  • Arros is the flagship wine by York Winery, a family-run Indian wine company that has quickly established a stellar reputation for itself.
  • A blended Indian red with a distinct dark chilli pepper note, York Arros carries a paprika-like aroma that’s delightful to the senses.

Reveilo Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon

Winery: Reveilo Winery, Nashik Valley

Grape Variety: Cabernet Sauvignon

Price: ₹1,500 (Approx.) for 750 ml

Alcohol Content: 14%

  • This is an immensely drinkable red with fresh acidity, and a youthful mix of berries and cherries topped off with hints of smoke and spice
  • It’s a straightforward red with a short finish and a velvety body, that lands it in the category of smooth-tasting Indian red wines.

KRSMA Sangiovese

Winery: KRSMA Estate, Hampi Hills 

Grape Variety: Sangiovese 

Price: ₹780-₹1,000 for 750 ml (2012) 

  • This full-bodied red comes in a deep crimson shade mixed together with hints of purple.
  • This is a complex, yet clean Sangiovese with a fair amount of tannins, and a very drinkable taste.

Myra Cabernet Sauvignon 

Winery: Myra Vineyards, Nashik Valley 

Grape Variety: Cabernet Sauvignon

Price: ₹680 (Approx.) for 750 ml

Alcohol Content: 14%  

  • An excellent medium to full-bodied fruity wine, Cabernet Sauvignon by Myra is crafted to be easy to drink, and uncomplicated to enjoy.
  • This Indian red wine is marked by round and smooth tannins, and well-balanced acidity.

Sula Rasa





  • Sula Rasa or Rasa Shiraz is best served at 16-degree Celsius.
  • A complex wine with power finesse but regardless termed as India’s best reserve shiraz, Sula Rasa is stored for 12 months in premium French oak barrels and then further matured in the bottle before release.

Fratelli Sette

WINERY: Akluj Vineyards
 Pune, India
750 ml
Rs. 1600

  • Relatively highly priced, This is a brand Frantiis Vines and is known for the aroma and flavors.
  •  This is one of the most popular brands in India and is known for taste. SETTE meaning ‘Seven’ in Italian is a dream that the seven brothers of Fratelli had.

Falak Reserve Cabernet Shiraz

Alcohol Content: 13.5%

Price: 750 ml – INR 4800 (approx.)

  • Inspired by fine-dining sensibilities, Falak Reserve Cabernet Shiraz is a product of the passion of Leela Bhartiya City Bengaluru and the expertise of Grover Zampa vineyards.

A popular expression of the hotel’s signature label, this meticulously-crafted blend is complex while being balanced

SDU Wine Makers Selection

Price: Rs 1700 approx. (750 ml)

Dedicated to producing world-class vinos, SDU has state-of-the-art facilities with machinery imported from Italy and wine tanks that put international options to shame. The vineyard, however, is based in the rich soil of Nandi Valley, Karnataka

Reveilo Nero d’Avola

  • Grape Variety used: Nero d Avola
  • Bottle size: 750 ml
  • Alcohol level: 14%
  • Price: 900 rs- 1100 rs
  • On the palate, Reveilo Nero d’Avola presents a medium to full-bodied profile with a well-structured and balanced character. It delivers a combination of fruit flavors, including red berries, plums, and hints of spices. The wine exhibits a pleasant acidity, refined tannins, and a smooth texture, leading to a satisfying finish.

To recap, this article has provided a comprehensive list of red wine prices in India, categorized by price range and type of wine. Additionally, we discussed the top-rated red wines in India, their flavor profiles.

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1 comment

Ayush September 7, 2023 at 11:34 am

Thanks for the recommendation, myra is phenomenal.
Just need to find a date now!


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