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A SELECTION OF

OUR WINE

Get to know our wines by reading the tasting notes which accompany each bottle.

OUR LABEL

Rum was the sole form of Australian currency in 1813 when Lachlan Macquarie, Governor of New South Wales, imported forty thousand Spanish dollars and ordered that a hole should be punched in each. By recycling and re-stamping the silver, Macquarie averted a financial crisis and the start of legal tender.

Our label depicts the two coins minted from one: the fifteen-pence “dump,” or centre piece, imposed over the “holey dollar,” a symbol of Australian ingenuity.

LATEST EVENTS AT 1813

WHAT'S HAPPENING

  • A Little Bit of Italy in Broke
    May 17, 2018

    A Little Bit of Italy in Broke

    A fabulous weekend was had celebrating all things Italian; wonderful food, delicious wine, amazing family and friends

  • An Intimate cellar door lunch
    Dec 25, 2017

    An Intimate cellar door lunch

    Join us fireside for an intimate 3 course lunch paired with our 1813 estate grown wines. Indulge in a delicious meal