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Our Legacy

  • 1886

    The Wilkinson family acquired the present site of the Audrey Wilkinson Vineyard

  • 1897

    Audrey helped develop leading edge technology such as cement fermenters and steam-powered crushers and hopper

  • 1903

    Audrey Wilkinson collected awards around Australia for his hock, claret and fortified wines

  • 1916

    Wilkinsons took the first prize for claret at the Sydney Royal Show

  • 1962

    Audrey Wilkinson died at the ripe old age of 85, but the name Audrey Wilkinson Vineyards now perpetuates pioneering winemaking

  • 2004

    The Agnew family enters the Australian wine industry with the acquisition of the historic Audrey Wilkinson Vineyard in the Hunter Valley

  • 2006

    The 2006 Museum Semillon was Audrey Wilkinson’s most awarded wine, taking home an amazing 12 Trophies and 20 Gold awards

  • 2016

    150th Anniversary of Audrey Wilkinson wines

  • 2019

    After farewelling our long-serving Chief Winemaker, Jeff Byrne, Xanthe Hatcher was promoted to Chief Winemaker for Agnew Wines, overseeing the Audrey Wilkinson, Cockfighter’s Ghost and Pooles Rock labels.