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Pig Out at wine festival

Winefest fun - Judie Steeves/Capital News
Winefest fun
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Sous-chef Nathan Nelson of Mica Restaurant at Spirit Ridge Resort at Nk'Mip, puts the finishing touches on a plate of grilled pork loin with apple ginger gewurztraminer jelly and Asian cabbage slaw at the Banee Pig Out in Oliver—just one of the many Spring Okanagan Wine Festival events put on in the valley over the first weekend of this year's 10-day wine festival.

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