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Spring wine fest

Tickets are now on sale for the Best of Varietal Wine Awards & Reception and Valley First Spring Wine Tasting events of the Spring Okanagan Wine Festival, which is set for April 30 to May 17.

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Spring wine fest tickets now available

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Feb 19, 2020

Feb 19, 2020 Updated 1 hr ago

Spring wine fest

Tickets are now on sale for the Best of Varietal Wine Awards & Reception and Valley First Spring Wine Tasting events of the Spring Okanagan Wine Festival, which is set for April 30 to May 17.

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Tickets are now on sale for signature events of the 26th annual Spring Okanagan Wine Festival, running April 30 to May 17.

Tickets for the Best of Varietal Wine Awards & Reception at the Penticton Lakeside Resort on April 30 are $59 at TheWineFestivals.com.

The awards mark the traditional kickoff of the spring festival and recognize the best Chardonnay, best Merlot, best Rose, best Pinot Gris, best Pinot Noir, etc., plus singles out a best-of-show wine. Attendees will be the first to taste the award-winning wines.

Tickets for the Valley First Spring Wine Tasting on May 2 at the Rotary Centre for the Arts in Kelowna cost $89.

More than 40 wineries will be pouring 160 wines, and there will also be appetizers, live music, video exhibitions in the Mary Irwin Theatre and a pop-up store so you can buy the favourite wines you tasted on your way out.

The spring festival also features 100 other events at wineries, restaurants, hotels and parks over the 18 days.

Check out TheWineFestivals.com for a full schedule.

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