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Over the past three months, thousands of visitors have tasted and enjoyed Raw Vine’s range of organic preservative-free wines across Australia at various food and wine shows where we have exhibited, as well as at in-store wine tastings. While a few remembered us from previous shows, many more had not heard of us and were very pleased that there was a serious

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