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The 9th annual “Horse and Hound” Wine Festival
Festival | Celebration
Date: July 13, 2013
Time: 11:00 am - 6:00 pm

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Peaks of Otter Winery & Orchards
2122 Sheep Creek Rd
Bedford, VA 24523

Contact: Danny Johnson
Phone: 540-586-3707
Email: appleseed@earthlink.net

Enjoy wine from some of Virginia’s finest wineries while listening to good music and visiting art, craft and food vendors. Virginia’s most unique wine festival has numerous events throughout the day with horses and dogs as the primary attractions such as the Parade of  Horses, lure course and muskrat racing.  Families will enjoy this festival because it appeals to both young and old and we have a Kiddie Korral.  The event takes place on the spacious and gracious grounds of Johnson’s Orchards & Peaks of Otter Winery 2122 Sheep Creek Rd, Bedford Va 24523 with spectacular Blue Ridge mountain views.

Part of the proceeds will benefit 501-3c organizations that benefit horses and dogs. 11am-6pm  Tasters $20--Gen. Adm. $15--Children & Dogs $5.  Advance Tickets; Tasters $15--Gen. Adm. $10--Children & Dogs $5. For more info and online advance ticket sales http://www.BedfordWine.com 
Facebook URL  http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/pages/Horse-and-Hound-Wine-Festival/281090608562




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