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Photograph by @jasonedwardsng // #Sponsored by @Penfolds // A stand of River Red Gums, a species of eucalyptus tree, line the Deer-Pen dam in the Barossa Valley. This iconic tree produces welcome shade in the extreme temperatures of Australia, but it also has an ominous nickname, "widow maker", as they have a habit of dropping large boughs without warning. They provide welcome nest hollows for native wildlife and may live for 700 years! #Penfolds magic is founded in the diverse and rich wine regions of South Australia, where every bottle starts its story. Discover more at




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