Wine Label - Great Western Winery, Sweet Wine, 'Shirazo', 1905-1918 Reg. No: SH 901418
- Large rectangular pale yellow paper wine bottle label, used at H.W.H Irvine's winery at Great Western, 1905-1918. The label has a gold border and depicts prize medals and the Irvine crest.
Wine label is printed in red, black and gold ink and reads: "Irvine's gold medal pure vintage London International 1873 Paris International 1900 Australian wines. Shirazo Sweet Wine. Hans Irvine & Co. Dowgate Hill. London, E.C. and Victoria, Australia".
Shirazo is a sweet red wine similar to port. This type of label was attached to the front of large, squat, oval glass bottles. Bottles of Shirazo had blue foil tops with two red bands.
- Large pale yellow coloured rectangular paper label printed in red, black and gold ink. Has gold border and depicts prize medals and the Irvine crest.
|Dimensions:||8.80 cm (Width), 10.80 cm (Length)|
|Tagged with:||great western, rural industry, trades, viticulture, viticulture winemaking, wine, wineries, working life|
|Themes this item is part of:||Great Western Winery Timeline 1858-1922, History of Wine Labels Used at Great Western Vineyard, 1888-1918, Hans William Henry Irvine, Vigneron & Politician (1856-1922), Sustainable Futures Collection, Working Life & Trades Collection, Hans William Henry Irvine, Vigneron & Politician (1856-1922)|
|Primary Classification:||AGRICULTURE & RURAL LIFE|
|Secondary Classification:||Viticulture & Wine Making|
|Tertiary Classification:||product labels|
|Inscriptions:||Text: IRVINE'S/GOLD MEDAL/PURE VINTAGE/LONDON INTERNATIONAL/1873/PARIS INTERNATIONAL/1900/AUSTRALIAN WINES/SHIRAZO/SWEET WINE/HANS IRVINE & Co., DOWGATE HILL, LONDON, E.C. & VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA.|
|Maker:||Mr Hans Irvine - Great Western Vineyards & Champagne Cellars, Great Western, Victoria, Australia, 1905-1918
Irvine's London depot opened in 1905.
The Vigneron, March 25, 1909.
H.W.H. Irvine entry in Australian Dictionary of Biography: http://www.adb.online.anu.edu.au/biogs/A090433b.htm. Viewed LDH, 20.05.08.
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