There are three interpretations regarding dietary laws that I know of.
The first is the one most everyone is familiar with, that the Torah has been Fulfilled.
The second is that, while the Torah has been Fulfilled, certain things have a more spiritual meaning, for example, prohibition against pork is actually a prohibition against praying to God only when you need something while ignoring Him when you are doing fine (because pigs squeal when they are hungry and are silent when they are full).
The third is rejected by the Orthodox Church, it is that the Torah is still obligatory or that there is a spiritual reward for following it in its most physical sense. There are canons against this one.
I used to be a huge fan of the second, however I realize that when you interpret everything in a spiritual sense, you can bend Scripture which ever way you want, which is not good.
As for pork itself, I don't see why you would want to eat it, it tastes disgusting IMO and is very unsanitary (interestingly, the sanitation is bad for any of the "forbidden" meats).
Regarding whine, Jesus turned water into whine and fed it to the Apostles, I don't see how it gets simpler than that.
Just don't get so wasted that you can't remember what happened the next day, and none on any fast days.