Sula Vineyards – The first Vineyard on Google Street View
Sula Vineyards and Beyond – Sula’s Vineyard Resort have partnered with Google to bring Sula’s Vineyard Resort to Google Maps with Street View. Sula Vineyards, India’s #1 premium wine company, is the first vineyard in India to be featured on Street View through their 360-degree street-level imagery.
Starting August 16, virtual visitors can explore the scenic vineyard, Amphitheatre and the hospitality outlets – The Tasting Room, Soma and Little Italy at Sula. One can also take a complete virtual tour of Beyond Vineyard Resort and have a sneakpeak into the Spa before planning an itinerary. Viewers can visit Sula Vineyards live here: http://goo.gl/NBw7WV and Beyond Vineyard Resort live here: http://goo.gl/WXTWkH
Google Maps with Street View is a feature that significantly enhances the functionality and user experience of maps. Street View provides panoramic views from positions along many streets across the globe. One can explore world landmarks, view natural wonders, discover restaurants and small businesses – and now, even hike the Grand Canyon and explore inside the White House! Browse the gallery to see collections from around the world and plan your trip. Street View images appear after zooming in beyond the highest zooming level in maps and satellite images, and also by dragging a “pegman” icon onto a location on a map.
“Sula Vineyards is at the forefront of the Indian wine revolution. We have always endeavored to provide our guests with an all-round wine experience. With our tours, tastings and vineyard resort in Nashik, we are one of the pioneers also of wine tourism in India. With Google Street View, the virtual world is now covered too. We are thrilled to be the first vineyard to be featured on this remarkable innovation by Google”, says Cecilia Oldne, Global Brand Ambassador and Head of Communication at Sula Vineyards.
Brief description of Google Maps with Street View
Google Maps with Street View lets users explore places around the world through 360-degree street-level imagery. Users can explore world landmarks, view natural wonders, navigate a trip and sometimes even go inside museums or other points of interest. It was launched in 2007, in several cities in the United States, and has since expanded to include cities and rural areas worldwide. Street View was added to the Maps application installed on various smartphones.
Street View has proven to be beneficial for tourism, local businesses, small and medium enterprises and any individual. Wherever Street View is available we see it becoming part of people’s daily lives and simply the ultimate layer people expect from a map.
Street View is available in more than 50 countries across the globe.
You can find links to our technology and to some of the most beautiful imagery on Street View under www.google.com/streetview
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