Our labels reflect the areas connection with early pastoral development in western Victoria.
Our red wine labels depict the Muntham Station, home to pioneer Edward Henty, as painted by noted colonial artist Thomas Clark. Born in England, Clark migrated to Australia and travelled the countryside completing commissions by local graziers and others. His paintings are regarded as accurate depictions of early colonial landscapes.
Our white wine labels feature another early pastoral scene at Wando Dale to the west of Hamilton. Noted early colonial artist, William Tibbits, painted this scene. It depicts the Redgum landscape so typically identified with the Western District.
We are grateful to the Hamilton Art Gallery for permission to reproduce these original works.