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Join the Bangor Wine Club family today for access to members only events, special releases, rare cellared vintages and more.

 
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  • order 4 x 12 bottle cases per year.
  • Select your own mix of wines.
  • 10% discount on all wine purchased through the wine club, online store and in Bangor Shed.
  • 10% discount on meals at Bangor Shed (max. table 4, food and wine).
  • Free postage on all wine Australia-wide (6 bottles and over)
  • Members only access to our rare museum stock of wine.
  • Private invitations to exclusive wine club events throughout the year, including release events.
  • Exclusive pre-release offers.
  • Complimentary wine tasting in Bangor Shed.
  • One free wine tasting and walk through the vines experience with vigneron Matt Dunbabin each year. By appointment.
  • Free access to the Bangor property for self-guided day walks to Tasman monument, Lagoon Bay and Cape Frederick Hendrick, Jimmy’s Hill. By appointment.
  • No joining fee*.

 

The Story Behind the Name

The 1642 Wine Club has been named in honour of Abel Tasman’s visit to Bangor’s northern coastline in December 1642. Tasman Bay is the site where Abel Tasman planted the Dutch flag on December 3rd, 1642.  The Dunbabin family manage Tasman Bay for its cultural and natural heritage. The area is protected as part of Bangor's 2,100 hectare network of conservation reserves. Today, the shoreline of Bangor remains largely unchanged, and looks very similar to that explored by Tasman in 1642.

*To join purchase your first 12 bottles from our online store, and select the 1642 Wine Club option.

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  • order 2 x 12 bottle cases per year.
  • Select your own mix of wines.
  • Free postage Australia-wide (6 bottles and over).
  • 10% discount on meals at Bangor Shed for wine club members (max. table 4, food only).
  • Members only access to our rare museum stock of wine.
  • Private invitations to exclusive wine club events throughout the year, including release events.
  • Complimentary wine tasting in Bangor Shed.
  • Exclusive pre-release offers.
  • No joining fee*.

 

The Story Behind the Name

The 1830 Wine Club has been named in honour of John Dunbabin, a tenant farmer from the Bangor region of Wales who was convicted of horse stealing, and was transported to Van Diemen's Land, arriving in Hobart Town, December 1830. Having narrowly escaped the hangman's noose, he was determined to make the most of his opportunities. Through sheer hard work, John earned his freedom and bought his own land, paving the way for seven generations of farming by the Dunbabin family in Tasmania, and five generations of farming at Bangor.

*To join purchase your first 12 bottles from our online store, and select the 1830 Wine Club option.

 

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