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Karen Hardy is a reporter at The Canberra Times.

This time it's not the big guns standing out at Canberra's wine show

This time it's not the big guns standing out at Canberra's wine show

It's the “Other varieties and/or blends” that have caught the eye of the Canberra and Region Wine Show chairman of judges Sebastian Crowther.

  • by Karen Hardy

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