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A sterling range for Porongurup festival

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The 28th edition of the Porongurup Wine Festival was a success as wine lovers from across the region flocked to Karrivale on Sunday.

Among the trees with sweeping vistas of the Stirling Range, punters enjoyed live music, cooking demonstrations and the infamous grape-stomping contest.

Local wineries also had the opportunity to strut their stuff with tents set up for tastings and purchases, to go with a host of Great Southern food options.

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