The Naked Mountain Vineyard offers the nature retreat that you need in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Just a half hour away from The Inn at Vaucluse Spring, this vineyard and winery serves as a true escape. Relax your mind, body, and soul as you enjoy top-notch wines and breathtaking views. Honoring wine making tradition with rustic and sophisticated touches, Naked Mountain Vineyard draws in wine lovers from afar. During your stay at The Inn at Vaucluse Spring, consider treating yourself to an exquisite winery and vineyard experience. Here are just a few reasons why you will love Naked Mountain Vineyard!
Incredible Mountain Views
A getaway in the mountains is a refreshing break from all the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Leave all your stresses and worries behind you as you embark on a vacation along the Blue Ridge Mountains. Naked Mountain Vineyard is a relaxing retreat that offers 41 acres along this picturesque Virginia range. Enjoy awe-inspiring mountain scenery and spend your summer afternoon taking in the surrounding nature. Soothing mountain air pairs well with delicious wine. During the winter, you will enjoy the Naked Mountain Vineyard grand fireplace in the chalet-style tasting room. Spend a cozy evening on vacation soaking up good memories and some prime wine!
Naked Mountain Vineyard Wine Tasting
Naked Mountain Vineyard offers a wonderful selection of varietals with unique blends in the rustic tasting room. It will only cost you $10 a piece for a wine tasting. You will enjoy a special pick of wines in the barrel room if you are traveling with a group of eight or more. When selecting your wines, you can choose from a range of reds and whites. The award-winning 2012 Petit Verdot is a favorite. If you’re looking for something sweet, try the 2014 Barrel Fermented Chardonnay with hints of Granny Smith apples and a creamy finish. Or, enjoy the 2014 Petit Manseng with tropical fruit and the 2014 Chardonnay/Riesling with aromas of peaches and flavors of apple and apricot.
Cherry and strawberry join in an earthy tone with the 2014 Catamount Run Red. Some of the Naked Mountain Vineyard more lighthearted wines include the 2014 Birthday Suit. There is also the Make Me Blush with hints of strawberry and vanilla and the Skinny Dipper featuring a tropical breeze. The 2014 Old Vine Riesling pairs well with a cobbler or apple crisp, and the port-style Soar III has hints of plum and cherry. Or, you can get spicy with the 2013 Cabernet Franc.
After a Wine Tasting at the Naked Mountain Vineyard
After enjoying a magnificent wine tasting paired with amazing views at Naked Mountain Vineyard, retreat to The Inn at Vaucluse Spring for a calm, luxurious evening. Enjoy your own private getaway with all the amenities of a bed and breakfast. The on-site restaurant will also present some fabulous cuisine for your post-wine dinner. Then, wake up in the morning to a homemade three-course breakfast included with your overnight stay. Your mouth will water at the triple ginger-poached pear, strawberries romanoff, and summer egg roulade. Yum! For more to do in the area, download our free vacation guide!