History of Narmada Wines
Follow our timeline and learn about the history of the vineyard and wine varieties at Narmada:
Grand Opening Celebration of Narmada Winery held November 20th – 22nd.
Despite a summer hail storm, Narmada vineyards produce an exciting 44 tons of grapes. Sudha and Pandit keep enough grapes to produce their first vintage of wines and sell theremainder to other local wineries.
Patils enjoy their first large harvest since planting their vineyards; 14-15 tons of grapes are reaped from the fields.
The Patil home is completed, allowing Sudha and Pandit to participate and monitor the growth of their vineyard on a daily basis. The pavilion facing the pond is also constructed at this time.
More varietals of grapes are cultivated and the vineyard grows to include 3 acres of Chambourcin, 2.5 acres of Chardonelle, and 1.5 acres of Traminette grapes
The first vineyard is planted – 2 acres of Vidal grapes
Narmada Barn is constructed and a large pond is created in the landscape. The pond is stocked with several varieties of fish including catfish, trout, bluegill, coy and butterfly fish.
Amissville property purchased by Sudha and Pandit Patil.