Award Winners at Nostalgia Wines 7th Annual Show, Shine ‘n’ Wine

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Award Winners at Nostalgia Wines 7th Annual Show, Shine ‘n’ Wine

Nostalgia Wines hosted its 7th Annual Show, Shine ‘n’ Wine on Sunday, June 12, 2022. Keeping in the lighthearted spirit, our Show, Shine ‘n’ Wine awards are meant to enhance the day and put the spotlight on a few chosen vehicles that pre-registered to take part in the show! We couldn’t have the great day without all the sexy, classic cars!

Nostalgia Wines worked with Bandit Laser to create 12 unique trophies. Our wine bottles were engraved with the 7th Annual Show, Shine ‘n’ Wine logo, creating a special keepsake for all award winners. Doug Blatchford of the Oliver Coachmasters Car Club volunteered to create and select the award winners on June 12th.

A big thank you from Team Nostalgia to all the cars who pre-registered and came out to take part in our Show, Shine ‘n’ Wine! Make sure to sign up for our newsletter to receive invitations to all of our fantastic events!

Here are the award winners:

The SVABC/Coachmasters Choice Award went to Alex Robic for his 1966 Plymouth Barracuda called “Slickfish.”

The Rockabilly Car Award went to Lorrie and Bill Carter for their 1934 Ford Cabriolet called “Muffy”

The Chantilly Lace Award went to Pam Muir for her 1948 Studebaker Pick Up called “Roxie.”


The Nice Rack Award went to Scott Worden for his 1953 Chevrolet Pick Up called “Ole Lumpy.”

The Best Beer Drinking Car Award went to Kenn and Sandra Oldfield for their 1957 DeSoto Fireflite.

The Cherry Baby Award went to Tom Antonick for his 1939 Dodge Luxury Liner Coupe called “Andy.”

The Best Vehicle for a Wine Tour went to Ron Dickie for his 1948 Chevrolet Pick Up.

The Twisted Sister Award went to Scott Williams for his 1961 Volkswagon Karmann Ghia called “Karmann.”

The Ms. Behavin’ Car Award went to Allan Gow for his 1962 Jaguar XKE Coupe.

The Unoaked Car Award went to The Millers for their Chevrolet Pick Up.







The Nostalgia Oaked Car Award went to Cora-Lea Worden for her 1932 Ford Deuce Coupe.

The Boogie Woogie Car Award went to Scott and Cristina Street for their 1965 Ford Cobra Daytona.