Sadashiv Nathe, Pralhad Khadangale and Kishor Holkar were three farmers who initially sold table grapes. They later decided to try their hand at producing quality grapes for wineries in Nasik and, when this proved successful, decided to set up their own co-operative winery. Formerly known as Sankalp Winery, Vinsura now have 250 acres of vineyards and a production capacity of 600,000 litres.
They produce a range of table wines and in 2007 became the third Indian wine maker (after Chateau Indage and Sula) to produce a sparkling wine. In 2010 they introduced three so-called “Reserve” wines, aged for two years in large oak barrels and marketed at a premium price.