Pungo Wine Festival 2017
People started arriving before noon and waited in line to attend the Pungo Wine Festival this May. The event was to benefit foster kids through Connect With a Wish, and was held at Back Bay Farms. Wineries from all over Virginia brought a variety of wines to be sampled and purchased, including several outstanding fruit wines and a chocolate dessert wine.
Susie Finley, Paula Crawford, Christina Barnhart, and Shopper Editor Angela Slevin
Designated driver Pauline Heine, Christina Barnhart, Paula Crawford and Susie Finley
John Martinolich, Susie Finley, and daughter and mother Pauline Heine and Paula Crawford
Clouds and a light breeze made it chilly but not uncomfortable.
Festival-goers came with chairs and coolers to enjoy the wine, local artists, live music and food trucks
Vivian of The Home Place Vineyard was thoroughly knowledgeable about her wines, including Old Red Tractor and Old Green Tractor
Troy from Williamsburg Winery shared a very special dessert wine, Vin Licorieux de Framboise, wine with raspberry
A Real Estate Avocationby Jean Loxley-Barnard
What to ask before contracting a designerby Terry Young
A Vision of Youth
Kitten Fosteringby Breonna Loxley
Preparing for Interior Shootsby Terry Young
Forgiving Those We Have Injuredby Dr. Bill Austin
The Hope Trap -- The Bottleby Jean Loxley-Barnard