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Narmada Winery

Narmada Winery We at Narmada Winery invite you to come and spend the day with us in the foothills of the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains in the heart of Rappahannock County. Our hope is that you will experience and idyllic escape from your daily life as you sample our broad selection of wines. You are encouraged to stroll along the beautiful grounds, relax on our patio or one of our decks and take in the splendid scene of our peaceful pond from the pavilion. Enjoy the beauty and calm that is embraced in our four-acre landscape and winery. Opening in November 2009

From Washington, DC: Take I-495 toward Silver Spring to I-66 West, take Exit 43A to US-29 (South) towards Warrenton, take Business 29 (South) exit to Warrenton (stay in the right lane as you take exit to Business 29 South), then take a right turn onto US-211 West (there is Howard Johnson at the corner), then go 13.4 miles. You will cross VA-611(Seven Ponds Road), slow down and watch for large sign “Narmada Farm” on your right, take right turn at Narmada Lane. You have arrived - welcome! From Richmond, VA: Take I-95 North (approximately 58 miles) to Exit 133 for US-17 toward Warrenton. Follow all signs for US-17 North/Warrenton. You will have to take a slight right as US-17N merges with US-15 and UA-29. Turn left onto US-211 West and travel approximately 13.4 miles. You will cross VA-611(Seven Ponds Road), slow down and watch for large sign “Narmada Farm” on your right, take right turn at Narmada Lane. You have arrived - welcome!

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80 Narmada Lane, Amissville, VA, US, 20106 Email:
Phone: 540-937-6613 Web:
Fax: 540-937-6643
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  Cabernet Franc
Narmada Winery’s 2009 Cabernet Franc wine is a dry red wine made from 80% Cabernet Franc grapes and 20% Tannat grapes. Aged in oak, the 2009 Cabernet Franc is made from the “predominant” red grape of Virginia that is well-suited to the soil and climate of our area. This medium-bodied wine is highlighted by black cherry and raspberry fruits on the palate and essences of violets on the nose.
Narmada Winery’s 2009 Chardonnay is a dry wine made from 100% Chardonnay grapes. Fermented and aged in French Oak for nine (9) months, it has just the right amount of oak and texture. Partial malolactic fermentation provides a balance between the roundness of the oak and crispness of the fruit. The green apple and pear flavors come through on the palate along with aromas of vanilla.
Narmada Winery’s Melange wine is a clever “left bank” blend of 40% Cabernet Franc, 40% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 10% Tannat with a true Bordeaux feel. Melange wine has a silky texture and supple tannins that fill your mouth with black raspberry, cassis and cranberry flavors and is complemented with cigar box aromas.
Narmada Winery’s 2009 Midnight wine is an off-dry red wine made from Chambourcin grapes and aged in oak.
Narmada Winery’s 2009 Mom wine is an off-dry white wine with 1.5% sugar content made from a blend of Vidal Blanc and Chardonel grapes. “Mom” is a tribute to Narmada Winery’s owner’s mother, and to all moms who have selflessly sacrificed on behalf of and to provide for their children. Chardonel, which is a French-American hybrid grape, is blended with Vidal Blanc grown on the Narmada estate.
Narmada Winery’s 2009 Reflection wine is a dry red wine made from 100% Chambourcin grapes, a French-American hybrid grown on the Narmada estate. It is done in a dry, light-bodied style that expresses the red fruits of cherries and cranberries and finishes with a little smokiness.
Narmada Winery’s 2009 Viognier is a dry white wine made from 100% viognier grapes. Steel fermented to emphasize the floral aromatics and fruit flavors of the viognier variety. Citrus fruits give way to melon flavors on the finish to make this a complete white wine that is always a Virginia wine lover’s favorite.
Narmada Winery’s 2009 Yash-Vir wine is a dry red wine made from 40% Merlot, 30% Petit Verdot, 20% Cabernet Franc, and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. A Bordeaux-style wine aged in French and American oak for 12 months, this well-structured wine has a full-mouth feel and shows flavors of dark cherry combined with a toasted woodsy earthiness.


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The newest winery in Rappahannock County, VA., in the beautiful Blue Ridge foothills, offers a unique experience that reflects the owners' Indian roots. Narmada Winery has been developed by Pandit and Sudha Patil, natives of India, who have blended an ambiance of Indian culture with their Virginia vineyard. The winery's Grand Opening is to be held Nov. 20-22, 2009, with eight new varieties of Narmada wine available. The full story can be read at