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Socials snapper TORI HERON f iles from the Cellarmasters’ Meet the Makers event, at QT Canberra, Civic.
Nicholas Stegelmann and Joe Armstrong
Katrina, Bob and Rai Cousins
Bryan Fitzpatrick, Aimi Matsumoto, Dianne Fitzpatrick and Katire Treuren
Shell Abdoo and Berin Denham
Christine Williams, Ilana Ilowski and Libby Berrie
Anthony Hourigan, Kylie and Chris Smith, and Judy Harrison
Jess Rossiter, Natalie Lyneh and Anton Sasson
Susanna Conchin, Marion Pozzi, Simone Cannon and Bluette Blanc
Lucy Gormly, Kevin Longley and Rebecca Walker
James and Peter McPhillips
Jill Robertson and Cathie Thorp
Claude and Sally Daddio, with Kerry and Geoff Griggs
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