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Florists in Abingdon, VA

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Jun 22, 2019

Floral and lush, this $12 South African white wine blend blossoms in your glass - The Washington Post

Rodman’s. Available in Maryland at Crescent Beer & Wine in Bowie, Diamond Square Beer & Wine in Gaithersburg, Friendship Wine & Liquor in Abingdon, Goska’s Liquors in Severna Park, Snider’s Super Foods in Silver Spring, Wine Cellars of Annapolis. Available in Virginia at Classic Wines in Great Falls, Ellwood Thompson’s Natural Market in Richmond, Whole Foods Market in Vienna. GREAT VALUE Lini 910 Labrusca Rosé NV Lambrusco dell’Emilia, Italy, $16 Lambrusco, a light-bodied, sparkling red, is Italy’s surprise partner to pizza, barbecue and charcuterie. This is the first rosé Lambrusco I’ve tried, and it’s a delight. Flavors of watermelon, strawberry and wild herbs make for a refreshing patio pounder, and if you’re not careful, you may finish it before the food is ready. And there are bubbles! This wine is new to the market, but it should get wider availability, especially if customers aren’t skeptical about trying a pink lambrusco. ABV: 11 percent.Imported and distributed by Winebow: Available in the District at Rodman’s. Available in Maryland at Bradley Food & Beverage in Bethesda, the Perfect Pour in Elkridge. Domaine Naturaliste Rebus Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Wilyabrup, Margaret River, Australia, $30 Winemaker Bruce Dukes has crafted an elegant, plush New World-style cabernet that explodes with ripe flavors of blackberries, currants and blueberries. Even with its fruit-forward flavors, it maintains an Old World sensibility — the oak is beautifully integrated to give structure and tannin to the wine, the alcohol is in check, and there’s a mineral undertone that suggests a fine bordeaux. Pair this with the next large hunk of beef you grill for a summer party. ABV: 14 percent.Imported by Artisans & Vines. Distributed in the District by Hop & Wine, in Maryland by Artisans & Vines, and in Virginia by Hop & Wine and LK Wine Tours & Sales. Available in the District at MacArthur Beverages, Rodman’s. Available in Maryland at Bethesda Co-Op in Cabin John, Bradley Food & Beverage and Georgetown Square Wine and Beer in Bethesda, Finewine.com and the Wine Harvest in Gaithersburg, Takoma Park-Silver Spring Co-Op in Takoma Park. Available in Virginia at Aldie Peddler in Aldie, Locke Store in Millwood, Murphy Beverage in Winchester, Vienna Vintner in Vienna. Gone Rogue Mish Mash White 2018 Great Southern, Australia, $23 This delicious riot of a wine — designed to appeal to iconoclasts of all ages — is a blend of riesling and pinot grigio, with a dash of viognier...

Jun 22, 2019

Floral and lush, this $12 South African white wine blend blossoms in your glass - The Washington Post

Rodman’s. Available in Maryland at Crescent Beer & Wine in Bowie, Diamond Square Beer & Wine in Gaithersburg, Friendship Wine & Liquor in Abingdon, Goska’s Liquors in Severna Park, Snider’s Super Foods in Silver Spring, Wine Cellars of Annapolis. Available in Virginia at Classic Wines in Great Falls, Ellwood Thompson’s Natural Market in Richmond, Whole Foods Market in Vienna. GREAT VALUE Lini 910 Labrusca Rosé NV Lambrusco dell’Emilia, Italy, $16 Lambrusco, a light-bodied, sparkling red, is Italy’s surprise partner to pizza, barbecue and charcuterie. This is the first rosé Lambrusco I’ve tried, and it’s a delight. Flavors of watermelon, strawberry and wild herbs make for a refreshing patio pounder, and if you’re not careful, you may finish it before the food is ready. And there are bubbles! This wine is new to the market, but it should get wider availability, especially if customers aren’t skeptical about trying a pink lambrusco. ABV: 11 percent.Imported and distributed by Winebow: Available in the District at Rodman’s. Available in Maryland at Bradley Food & Beverage in Bethesda, the Perfect Pour in Elkridge. Domaine Naturaliste Rebus Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Wilyabrup, Margaret River, Australia, $30 Winemaker Bruce Dukes has crafted an elegant, plush New World-style cabernet that explodes with ripe flavors of blackberries, currants and blueberries. Even with its fruit-forward flavors, it maintains an Old World sensibility — the oak is beautifully integrated to give structure and tannin to the wine, the alcohol is in check, and there’s a mineral undertone that suggests a fine bordeaux. Pair this with the next large hunk of beef you grill for a summer party. ABV: 14 percent.Imported by Artisans & Vines. Distributed in the District by Hop & Wine, in Maryland by Artisans & Vines, and in Virginia by Hop & Wine and LK Wine Tours & Sales. Available in the District at MacArthur Beverages, Rodman’s. Available in Maryland at Bethesda Co-Op in Cabin John, Bradley Food & Beverage and Georgetown Square Wine and Beer in Bethesda, Finewine.com and the Wine Harvest in Gaithersburg, Takoma Park-Silver Spring Co-Op in Takoma Park. Available in Virginia at Aldie Peddler in Aldie, Locke Store in Millwood, Murphy Beverage in Winchester, Vienna Vintner in Vienna. Gone Rogue Mish Mash White 2018 Great Southern, Australia, $23 This delicious riot of a wine — designed to appeal to iconoclasts of all ages — is a blend of riesling and pinot grigio, with a dash of viognier...

Jun 2, 2017

Abingdon Florist and CABI scientists from Wallingford bring home the gold at Chelsea Flower Show

One florist who is celebrating a golden win is Jane Belcher, from Abingdon, who took home gold for the Best Floral Arrangement Exhibit in Session 1 flower arranging. She said: "It is always a huge relief when you find out you have been awarded a medal after weeks of hard work. To get a gold was an amazing feeling and to receive the award for best floral arrangement exhibit was the icing on the cake. "Chelsea has a fabulous atmosphere and you get to meet lots of other competitors from around the country and the rest of the world. It is always great to see them again the following year." Ms Belcher created a master piece of flowers under the category 'In Suspense' which was based on a piece of literature called The Birds. She added: "I wanted the design to look like pages of a book with the story running through the design and the orchids depicting the birds." For Ms Belcher, flower arranging started as a hobby 19 years ago. Elsewhere in the county a team of scientists put on a display to wow judges in the educational section. The Wallingford-based CABI (Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences International), entering the show for the first time, created a display called Nature vs Invader to look at natural solutions to invasive plant problems including alien weeds such as Japanese knotweed. Scientist Suzy Wood said: "I liked the idea of communicating CAB... (Herald Series)

Jun 2, 2017

Abingdon Florist and CABI scientists from Wallingford bring home the gold at Chelsea Flower Show

One florist who is celebrating a golden win is Jane Belcher, from Abingdon, who took home gold for the Best Floral Arrangement Exhibit in Session 1 flower arranging. She said: "It is always a huge relief when you find out you have been awarded a medal after weeks of hard work. To get a gold was an amazing feeling and to receive the award for best floral arrangement exhibit was the icing on the cake. "Chelsea has a fabulous atmosphere and you get to meet lots of other competitors from around the country and the rest of the world. It is always great to see them again the following year." Ms Belcher created a master piece of flowers under the category 'In Suspense' which was based on a piece of literature called The Birds. She added: "I wanted the design to look like pages of a book with the story running through the design and the orchids depicting the birds." For Ms Belcher, flower arranging started as a hobby 19 years ago. Elsewhere in the county a team of scientists put on a display to wow judges in the educational section. The Wallingford-based CABI (Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences International), entering the show for the first time, created a display called Nature vs Invader to look at natural solutions to invasive plant problems including alien weeds such as Japanese knotweed. Scientist Suzy Wood said: "I liked the idea of communicating CAB... (Herald Series)

May 18, 2016

Flowers placed at spot where Ellis Downes died

Ellis, 16, was last seen swimming in the river at Culham on the night of Saturday 7 May. The area between Abingdon Lock and Culham Lock was closed for the search operation to take place. (ITV News)

May 18, 2016

Flowers placed at spot where Ellis Downes died

Ellis, 16, was last seen swimming in the river at Culham on the night of Saturday 7 May. The area between Abingdon Lock and Culham Lock was closed for the search operation to take place. (ITV News)

Apr 22, 2016

What's Happening This Week

Friday, April 22 JERUSALEM MILL BIRD WALK, 7:30 to 9:30 a.m., Anita C. Leight Estuary Center, 700 Otter Point Rd., Abingdon, free. Usher in Earth Day with an early morning search of the mill trails for feathered friends led by Phil Powers of the Harford County Bird Club. Participants will meet at Jerusalem Mill. This program is for adults.EARTH DAY CLEANUP AT BIG GUN, 9 a.m. to noon, Big Gunpowder Parking Lot, 11159 Belair Rd., Kingsville. Join park staff and volunteers for an Earth Day cleanup picking up trash, lopping vegetation encroaching on trails, painting and sign replacement. Dress for the weather, wear sturdy shoes and bring a water bottle. Work gloves will be provided but feel free to bring your own to this free event. For details call 443-252-1141. CELEBRATE EARTH DAY, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Fair Hill NRMA: Covered Bridge Parking Lot, Fair Hill NRMA, 300 Tawes Drive, Elkton. Join the naturalist at our new Nature Play Space. Be among the first to get a tour of the space and then get your hands dirty as you help us plant native plants to enhance pollinator habitat. Registration required, no ch... (Cecil Whig)

Apr 22, 2016

What's Happening This Week

Friday, April 22 JERUSALEM MILL BIRD WALK, 7:30 to 9:30 a.m., Anita C. Leight Estuary Center, 700 Otter Point Rd., Abingdon, free. Usher in Earth Day with an early morning search of the mill trails for feathered friends led by Phil Powers of the Harford County Bird Club. Participants will meet at Jerusalem Mill. This program is for adults.EARTH DAY CLEANUP AT BIG GUN, 9 a.m. to noon, Big Gunpowder Parking Lot, 11159 Belair Rd., Kingsville. Join park staff and volunteers for an Earth Day cleanup picking up trash, lopping vegetation encroaching on trails, painting and sign replacement. Dress for the weather, wear sturdy shoes and bring a water bottle. Work gloves will be provided but feel free to bring your own to this free event. For details call 443-252-1141. CELEBRATE EARTH DAY, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Fair Hill NRMA: Covered Bridge Parking Lot, Fair Hill NRMA, 300 Tawes Drive, Elkton. Join the naturalist at our new Nature Play Space. Be among the first to get a tour of the space and then get your hands dirty as you help us plant native plants to enhance pollinator habitat. Registration required, no ch... (Cecil Whig)

Dec 30, 2015

Lyndall Dalton Mason

Survivors include daughter Vera Dickerson (Bob) of Troutville, Va.; son John Mason (Jackie) of Fairlawn; grandchildren Michael Mason (Karen) of Abingdon, Va., Matthew Mason of Lynchburg, Va., and Andrew Mason (Tammy) of Dublin, Va.; and great-grandchildren Caroline, Thomas and Rhys. Lyndall was the first graduate in Fine Arts from Radford College (University). She had a long teaching career, first teaching at Riverlawn Elementary School, then as art teacher at Dublin High and Pulaski County High. Her love of painting and travel continued well into her later years. The family will receive friends noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 30, at DeVilbiss Funeral Home, with funeral services to follow directly after, with Dr. Paul Lane officiating. Interment will follow at Highland Memory Gardens in Dublin. In lieu of flowers, it is suggested that memorial contributions be made to First Baptist Church, 215 Third Avenue, Radford, VA 24141. DeVilbiss Funeral Home in Radford, Va., is in charge of arrangements. Written by: Editor on December 29, 2015. Comments comments ... (Southwest Times)

Dec 30, 2015

Lyndall Dalton Mason

Survivors include daughter Vera Dickerson (Bob) of Troutville, Va.; son John Mason (Jackie) of Fairlawn; grandchildren Michael Mason (Karen) of Abingdon, Va., Matthew Mason of Lynchburg, Va., and Andrew Mason (Tammy) of Dublin, Va.; and great-grandchildren Caroline, Thomas and Rhys. Lyndall was the first graduate in Fine Arts from Radford College (University). She had a long teaching career, first teaching at Riverlawn Elementary School, then as art teacher at Dublin High and Pulaski County High. Her love of painting and travel continued well into her later years. The family will receive friends noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 30, at DeVilbiss Funeral Home, with funeral services to follow directly after, with Dr. Paul Lane officiating. Interment will follow at Highland Memory Gardens in Dublin. In lieu of flowers, it is suggested that memorial contributions be made to First Baptist Church, 215 Third Avenue, Radford, VA 24141. DeVilbiss Funeral Home in Radford, Va., is in charge of arrangements. Written by: Editor on December 29, 2015. Comments comments ... (Southwest Times)