Folks in the DC area have been venturing out to Naked Mountain for t-shirts (Drink Naked!) and wine since 1982.
The winery is proud of its use of 100% Virginia grapes (and lucky/smart enough to have the vineyards to support it). The Chardonnay has received quite a bit of acclaim over the years, including two turns gracing the glasses of White House dinners. More than 6,000 cases of Naked Mountain wine are now sold each year.
In addition to the notable Chardonnay, Naked Mountain has also offered a Chard/Riesling blend, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Scarlet Oak, a blend of Syrah, Mourvedre, and Tannat.
The wood-paneled tasting room has a welcoming feel, and a big stone and brick fireplace invites guests to linger in colder months. Naked Mountain's Lasagna Lunches are always popular, served January through late March (reservations recommended). In the summer, a large, raised deck overlooks the vineyards.
Leashed dogs and picnics welcome. Groups of 8 must reserve in advance.
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