When we arrived at Narmada on a rainy early afternoon the place was empty. Just a little while later it was full. Things sure can change fast, sometimes.
We had an enjoyable time doing a tasting and talking to Lori Corcoran. Lori has just returned from Chile and filled us in on her trip. We learned a few things while we tasted Narmada's wines. New on this visit was the 2010 Gulabi. This year's vintage of this nearly totally dry Rose wine is made from Chambourcin and Chardonel and aged in stainless steel. No Concord in this wine this year, which we think is a good thing.
|Carol talking to Lori Corcoran|
Narmada Winery 43 Narmada Lane
Amissville, Virginia 20106