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The pride of Australia

5 October 2017

2:00 PM

5 October 2017

2:00 PM

When she graduated from university in Australia, Sarah Crowe decided to travel. So she sold her car, raised whatever other funds she could, and bought a one-way ticket to Istanbul. Anxious relatives’ doubts were brushed aside: rightly so. This was a brave and resourceful girl.

As she made her way across the continent, Sarah’s embrace of European culture quickly extended to wine.

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