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Naked Mountain Winery & Vineyards

133 Reviews
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Naked Mountain Winery & Vineyards

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2747 Leeds Manor Rd, Markham, VA 22643-1715
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Elizabeth B wrote a review Mar 7
Burgaw, North Carolina432 contributions26 helpful votes
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What a lovely location. The last mile is a bit twisty so drive careful. The views are beautiful and the staff attentive. Dogs allowed too. Try a flight, a glass, or bottle. The day we went they were serving Lasagna lunch. Need to reserve that. We brought our own food, which is permitted. Prices are average. Deck is covered and heated.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Ed S wrote a review Oct 2020
Littleton, North Carolina70 contributions32 helpful votes
Nice winery without outside tables to taste wines. No inside tasting was allowed. We had a group of 10 and agreed that their white wines were superior to the reds. After the tasting flights we ended up drinking 4 bottles on the patio... Chardonnay-Riesling is by far the best and was our favorite. Retuned the following day and purchased a case between the 5 couples.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Michele O wrote a review Aug 2020
Moscow, Pennsylvania79 contributions14 helpful votes
We were going to be meeting up with family and needed a place that had shelter in case it rained (the forecast was calling for thunderstorms). I had emailed a number of wineries in the area to see what accommodations they had and Naked Mountain replied right away. They did have two large gazebos, with a few picnic tables each, and that worked just great for us. We were able to socially distance with our family members and still enjoy the day. (It never did rain!) There were several areas outside of the gazebos for people to sit, in the large grass area, at tables, under trees. While there were many cars in the parking lot, there was enough space for everyone to spread out and be safe during this covid world. We enjoyed all of the wines we tried. Several of us tired the five sample "flights" of wine, and we also enjoyed a bottle of the Raptor Red. A very enjoyable day for my family (we ended up being there for 4 hours!).
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Date of experience: August 2020
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KAG39 wrote a review Jul 2020
Pittsburgh PA256 contributions114 helpful votes
We found Naked Mountain about 4 years ago but haven't been back to the area to visit again. On our way home we selected a few wineries this trip to visit and thought we would go back and check out the new road that was put in. It is better but still narrow, always proceed with caution. We checked out the website before going with all the COVID and Phase 3 rules. They like many wineries are doing a flight type of tasting that you take to a spot and try. And it works just fine. They had a preset list which was fine. A few were familiar and a few were new. Plenty of room to space out and you are welcome to bring your own basket, lunch, snacks whatever. Some folks had a really nice spread at their table! They also had a local musician playing and it was a nice stop over all. We picked up 4 bottles to bring home to our wine cellar. Nice visit and I imagine we will return at some point.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Amanda P wrote a review Jan 2020
Front Royal, Virginia130 contributions73 helpful votes
Beautiful property with plenty of seating. The atmosphere is relaxed, but not overly cozy. Plenty of tables and a large tasting menu. Lasagna meal on the weekend is fantastic and the bread is enough to make you want to open a bottle and stay a while.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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