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Josephine Perry worked her first vintage at Margaret River’s Cape Mentelle when she was just 14 and has been in the wine-making business ever since. Born and raised in WA, she headed north to learn from the old masters, managing wineries throughout Spain and working vintages across Europe. Perry returned to WA to launch her own label, Dormilona, in 2013, followed by her Swan Valley-produced

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