Large white rectangular paper wine bottle label used at H.W.H Irvine's winery at Great Western, 1905-1918. The label depicts prize medals and the Irvine crest.

The lablel is printed in black and blue ink and reads: "Irvine's gold medal London International 1873 Paris International 1900 Australian wines Hans Irvine & Co. Dowgate Hill, London, E.C. & Victoria, Australia".

Chablis is a type of dry, pale white wine. This label would have been used on a tall, cylindrical bottle.

"The Irvine Wine Collection was acquired by Museum Victoria in 1989. It represents the history of the Great Western Vineyard and the achievements of Hans William Henry Irvine, vigneron and politician, from 1888 until 1922. It comprises 130 items ranging from publications, marketing items, packaging materials, wine labels, award medals, ceramics, illuminated address, commemorative trowel, trophy plaques, wine makers tools, and silverware."

Physical Description

Large white rectangular wine label, black and blue ink on white paper with medals and crest.

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