Financial subsidies and liberal policies facilitated the settings -up -of wineries in the early 2000s. Nearly on hundred producers entered the market, widening consumer choice significantly. Sula Vineyards has grown into India's Largest producer since, making it the wine 'evangelist' of the country.
Maharashtra (2001) and Karnataka(2007) introduced state wine policies in aid of the young industry, which still awaits a unified regulatory environment across the whole of India.
The potential of the market is reflected by multinational drinks giants taking interest. Diageo, Pernod Ricard and Moet Hennessy all produce their own Indian wine brands with great success.
Sula Vineyards, Grover Zampa Vineyards, Fratelli Wins and Four Seasons Wines have evolved into the largest wineries of India. A league of family estates, such as York Winery or Reveilo Wines, and boutique producers, such as Vallone Vineyards, KRSMA Estates and SDU Winery, have established themselves on the wine scene.
India joined the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV) in 2011, which signalled the country's commitment to the Industry.