Narmada Winery Review and Quick Facts
Visiting the Route 211 wine corridor?
Is Gray Ghost on your itinerary? Then don't miss
Narmada Winery. Enjoy a taste of Virginia with
delicious Indian inspired small plates. Maybe enjoy a
late harvest Vidal Blanc and Narmada's own raspberry infused
We're proud to provide wine tour service
to Narmada Winery, a medal winner in the 2012 San Francisco
For white wine aficionados Narmada's
Chardonnay offers hints of green apple and vanilla from a 9
month aging in French Oak. The "Dream" is an off-dry white
fermented in stainless steel. The "Mom" blend of 70%
Chardonel and 30% Vidal Blanc. How can you not love Mom!
Last but not least, the Narmada features the Virginia staple
Viognier (stainless steel).
On the red wine side Narmada's offering does not dissapoint.
Narmada offers an off-dry Rose called the "Gulabi", a
Chambourcin called "Reflection", a French inspired red named
"Melange", a Cabernet Franc blend, a Bordeaux style blend, a
bold Tannat with a 20% blend of Cab Sauv, a French and
American Oak aged Chambourcin called "Midnight", a
Chambourcin dessert wine named "Primita", as well as a port
style wine with caramel, cherry and cranberry notes called
For light plates, Narmada Winery offers
selections including Indian inspired Vegetable Samosas and
organic hummus with Pita and Naan as well as the traditional
cheese or antipasto platter.
The staff at Narmada are friendly and welcoming, and the
winery is easily accessible to small or large vehicles and
limousines. Why not make an appointment today to
visit this Virginia gem. Book your Virginia Wine Tour
with Fairfax Limo online or by calling (703) 229-5057, and
then Call (540) 937-8215 to set up your appointment with
Narmada Winery Quick Facts
Tips for a flawless Virginia Wine Tour:
Book your wine tour
transportation as soon as possible. Generally,
we sell out Saturdays up to 3-4 weeks ahead of time
during Spring, Summer, Fall and 1-2 weeks ahead of
time in Winter.
You can book your
transportation without knowing exactly which
wineries you'll be visiting. We can always
update your itinerary later.
After narrowing down
your itinerary, call each winery to make sure they
can accommodate your group around the time you'd
like to arrive. Call the winery and make a
reservation for your tasting, and make a note of who
you spoke with.
policies vary widely and change often.
Wineries may require that tasting fees for large
groups be paid in advance.
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