2020 is en route and we folks, have already started planning next year’s vacations and outings because why not?! We gotta take leaves, save-up, convince the squad, make-up excuses at home and wageirah wageirah.

Pre-planning keeps things sorted and of course, when it involves plans with bae, we cannot simply wait to pack our bags and leave no matter how far and where! Relatable, right?

Keeping the oncoming Valentine’s Day in mind, we have chanced upon The Valley Wine Festival happening in Nashik, which isn’t too far from Mumbai and accounts for a pleasant drive too!

Wine & Dine with your Valentine!

The Soma Vineyard Resort at Nashik, is hosting The Valley Wine Festival on the 14th-15th of February 2020 and even if you’re single AF, you gotta be here. This wine fest will come packed with a stellar music line-up; think Rock, Pop, Jazz, Folk and Blues too!

You can also indulge in oodles of shopping from the stalls at their upcoming Flea Market and for your palate, you’ll be able to choose from a spread of delish delicacies available here. So if you’re looking to surprise bae, the tickets to this fest will double up as one of the best gifts and it’s surely gonna fetch you some brownie points.

If you’re still baeless, that’s all the more reason for you to hop on here because wine, food and shopping with your besties, will make this V-Day weekend even merrier! Why should couples have all the fun?!

Knock Knock

Since it’s gonna be Valentine’s Day, you’re allowed to go over the top with your display of affection because bae and you absolutely deserve a day to chill in peace, away from the crowds. Book your tickets right away and start planning your itinerary because wine can make everything better and what better way to spend V-Day than this?!

Set amidst 25 acres of verdant vineyards, this resort is the retreat you need and this wine fest is bound to jazz up your weekend. Peace, wine, grubs and bae or your favourite people around- a vacay which we all should take up!

Location: Soma Vine Village; Survey No. 1, Village Ganghavare, Gangapur-Ganghavare Road, Nashik

Timings: 14th-15th February 2020 | 5:30 am onwards

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