Fri: 11-5, Sat: 11-5, Sun: 11-5, Mon: 11-5*
43 Narmada Lane, Amissville, VA 20106
At Narmada Winery, experience Virginia wines like you’ve never before. Here, you’ll enter paradise, tasting wines influenced by the Indian heritage of its founders. We offer a wide variety of wines ranging from our classic white table wine, Mom, to our complex Bordeaux Blend, Yash-Vir. Come immerse yourself in Virginia wine while enjoying the influence of Indian culture– or we’ll ship our wine to you in thirty-six states.
We will kick off 2020 with some extra hours! New Year’s Eve: Tue, Dec 31: we will be open from 12 to 3New Year’s Day: Wed, Jan 1: we will be open from 11 to 5
Come taste wines right out of the barrels! Join us in Narmada’s wine cellar on Sunday, Jan 19, to taste the upcoming vintage of Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Franc Reserve, Melange, and Yash-Vir.Tickets are $35 per person, or $25 for Club Members, and include the tasting and light hors d’oeuvres.Tasting begins at 1 PM.
Friday January 17th – Monday the 20thWe will be open from 11 to 5Come enjoy a bottle of our ‘Dream’ wine!
Come try old vintages from our cellar!On Sunday, Feb 16, we will host a tasting of 6 wines from our Library:2009, 2010, and 2015 Cabernet Franc, 2008 Viognier, 2010 Malbec, and 2009 Lotus.Tickets are $35 per person, or $25 for Club Members.
Etan Rozin Photography
Walking by Narmada
Photographs by Etan Rozin
“The Narmada River is a holy pilgrimage route in India. Out of the blue, I had the chance to join a group walking along the route for a couple of weeks. I wasn’t prepared for how moved I was by the beauty of the land, the kindness of the people, and shared experience with my friends. Selecting photographs for this exhibit was especially challenging because each has a story attached and special meaning; hopefully some of the beauty and character of the people comes across.”
Etan Rozin has had a passion for photography virtually his entire life. His photographs integrate his degree in industrial design, his career developing user interfaces, and his knack for using technology to create images and look at the world through them