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How did you first get into winemaking?

I grew up on the Sunshine Coast before my parents and I moved to Clunes, just outside of Byron Bay in New South Wales. I was a musician and gigged all around Australia before working in a kitchen in England. While overseas, I spent a lot of time hanging with French chefs and drinking wine. I loved it. The chefs had all

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