From Anthony Dias Blue:“In my own tastings and at the San Francisco International Wine Competition, wines from Virginia have been consistently among the best. In blind tastings, as evidenced by the stellar showing of NARMADA…, the best wines compare favorably with the best of California…”
Narmada Winery boasts 51 acres of beautiful rolling countryside in Virginia’s Rappahannock County. With vineyards planted a decade ago, the winery itself opened in 2009. The wines are made by Sudha Patil, who combines her background in chemistry with a sensitive palate to create elegant, food-friendly wines that are subtle and graceful.
Narmada Winery delivers excellence in Virginia wine. The winery has received an impressive number of gold medals in its short history, highlighted by garnering two of the six gold medals achieved by Virginia wineries in the 2013 San Francisco International Wine Competition.
We offer 15 unique wines in our Tasting Room. Our innovative three-flight plan allows guests to zero in on the wines they already know they will love while offering the opportunity to explore new, less familiar wines. Narmada wines are handcrafted, and production is generally a modest 3000 cases per year. About 75% of the winery’s needs come from its own vineyards with the balance sourced from trusted Virginia growers. Too small as yet to be in major distribution, Narmada wines are most often purchased in the Amissville tasting room, and are also available via internet. Several discerning restaurants and wine shops in the immediate area carry Narmada wines.
In addition to award-winning wines, guests who visit Narmada receive gracious hospitality from owners Pandit and Sudha Patil and their staff. The winery is becoming known as a favorite wedding venue as well as a remarkable location for private parties and family celebrations. An outpost of sleek sophistication in an outstanding rural setting, Narmada Winery welcomes guests to taste enchanting wine and enjoy the rolling hills of Rappahannock County.
Contact us for special wine seminars and workshops, food and wine pairings, and more!
See the Calendar of Events for upcoming happenings at Narmada!
Professional Distinction: Demonstrations, Exhibition, Instruction, Wholesale Production
• Annual Diwali Celebration
October 14, 2017
Sudha Patil, Mary Ann Dancisin
Member of Trail Networks:
Rappahannock County Artisan Trail, site # 62
Open Thursday through Monday. Our hours adjust seasonally! Please visit our website at narmadawinery.com for current information.
43 Narmada Lane
Route 211 West between Warrenton and Little Washington
Amissville, VA 20106