|Pond at Narmada Winery|
Flight 2 is the Proprietors’ Reserves and Classics, made up of what Narmada calls five food-enhancing dinner table wines. These are the Chardonnay reserve and Cabernet Franc reserve wines, the Bordeaux-style blend named Yash-Vir, the Tanat, and the Allure, a fortified Port-style wine. The cost for this flight is $9 per person.
Flight 3 is named Decadent and Delicious, which costs $7 per person. This is made up of six off-dry, sweet and super-sweet wines. This flight includes the wine named MOM, a white blend; the Dream, made from Traminette; the Gulabi, a Rose wine made from Chambourcin and Chardonnel; another Chambourcin named Midnight, a late harvest Vidal Blanc named Lotus; and Primita, the raspberry-infused Chambourcin. This was flight that both Carol and I ordered.
Over the last few years I have come to appreciate well-made semi-sweet or sweet wines. Narmada makes several so these made an excellent way to complete our day of wine tasting. These Flight 3 wines go particularly well with spicy Indian food, which is available at Narmada. Both Carol and I commented on how nice the Gulabi, Narmada's rose, is now that they no longer include Concord in the blend. I ordered a glass to go with our order of samosas.
|Narmada general manager Mary Ann talking to Kathy and Carol|
Amissville, Virginia 20106