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YOU would expect that anyone bearing the nom de plume Flying Winemaker would be able to boast a range of adventures and new frontiers, but few could expect the vast and incredibly diverse range of wine experiences that Flying Winemaker Eddie McDougall has posted - and in a relatively short time.

After finishing a degree in international business at Queensland’s Griffith University in 2003 he then did a winemaking degree at the University of Melbourne and built into this program lots of first-hand practical experience working at a cross-section of Australian wineries in three states, including Shadowfax, Giant Steps, Clyde Park and Wood Park wineries in Victoria; Deep Woods Estate in Western Australia and O’Leary Walker in South Australia.

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