Four wine labels in the shape of a rosette used by Irvine's Great Western Winery, 1888-1918.

Labels are printed in black and gold and read: "Irvine's Great Western".

Rosettes were most often used on the neck of Sparkling wine bottles.

"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

Fourr wine labels, white lettering on a black and gold back- ground. The labels are in the shape of a rosette.

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