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A behind-the-scenes look at the B.C. Wine Awards

The Fall Okanagan Wine Festival kicks off on Thursday with the B.C. Wine Awards.

Right now, wine judges are swirling and sniffing, sipping and spitting, looking for that special vintage.

Daybreak host Chris Walker had the chance to sit in on some of the judging. Each round of tasting is called a "flight." All the wines are anonymous, and it's all double top secret!

Halfway through the tasting, Chris snuck into the secret back room, where the organizers get the wine ready for tasting. Marjorie King gave him the tour.

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