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Wallaby Will Genia stars at Pacific wine evening

Will Genia, Tiffany Jones and Craig McPherson .
Will Genia, Tiffany Jones and Craig McPherson .

WALLABY and Queensland Reds star Will Genia was the special guest at the Pacific Motor Group's 'A taste of red with a Red' wine night on Friday.

More than 60 guests enjoyed some stunning wines from Michael Datta Vineyards while Will Genia covered a number of topics covering his career to date and his future goals with the Reds and the Wallabies.

Pacific Motor Group dealer principal Craig McPherson said the event was a great opportunity to enjoys some nice wines, meet Will Genia and support the Maggie's Dreamcatcher charity.

"Will was as really impressive ambassador for the Red and their sponsor Volvo, it was great to meet him and hear some of his insights into how he got to where he is now and where he is heading in the future," he said.

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