Weather makes for large turnout at Bloomin’ Wine Fest

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Posted: April 29, 2013

The Winchester Star

Frances Powell (front, from left), Kirsta Skowbo and Kari Dorsey along with Frances Mulvey (back, from left), Sabra Veach, Cindy Adams, Annette Daggett and Tammy Pangle are all decked out in their pink and green at the United Bank Bloomin' Wine Fest on Saturday. The group has gotten together at this event for the past seven years to kick off their Shenandoah Apple Blossom festival week. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)
Joan Bieda, an owner of Horton Vineyards of Gordonsville, holds bottles of their new Horton Cellars Civil War sesquicentennial wines Saturday at the United Bank Bloomin’ Wine Fest.
Paul Stankiewicz pours a 2011 merlot from Annefield Vineyards of Saxe for Rickie Mitcherling (from left) and Barbara and Michael Mitcherling of Cross Junction on Saturday at the United Bank Bloomin' Wine Fest. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)

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If organizers could have ordered a perfect two days for the United Bank Bloomin’ Wine Fest, it wouldn’t have turned out much better than what they got this weekend.

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