Looking for a Virginia Winery to Visit? Try Narmada.
After a couple hours at a less than riveting Dukes of Hazzard event in Amissville, VA this weekend, my friend (Marilyn) and I decided to hit a local winery. Anyone who knows me knows I work my tail off day in and day out. Marilyn works even harder than me, if you can even imagine that. She's always going. So we decided that we needed a day this weekend to do something completely different and mellow. It started with the Hazzard Homecoming and ended at Narmada Winery. I think we should've just gone to the winery and stayed there.
Inside the winery were some comfy couches and bar tables where you could enjoy your wine and the music of a one man band with an acoustic guitar. Ahhhh. Feel that stress melting away? We decided, since Marilyn's grandchildren were in tow, to sit on the deck outside where the kids could be kids. The picture you see was our view. The kids arranged deck chairs into train configurations and let their imaginations run wild. Marilyn, her husband and I sipped our wine, munched on a cheese and fruit plate and just took in the view and the perfect summer breeze. We even limited our real estate talk to fifteen minutes. Impressive for two work-a-holics like us.
I was reading on Narmada's website today that they boast a bit of Indian culture in the total experience. While I didn't pick up on that subtlety, I can tell you I did thoroughly enjoy myself and the wine. We had a white called Mom. It was sweet and perfectly delightful.
If you make it out to Virginia and want to see some fantastic views and mellow out with a glass of wine, I recommend stopping by the Narmada Winery.