The Stubborn Patriarch Shiraz Needing only to call out "God Save the King" in order to save his life after being captured by the English in the Battle of Bothwell Brig, 1679, Scottish Captain Andrew Wilson was summarily dispatched after a rather fateful burst of stubbornness. Quite fortunately for Linfield Road, his siring days preceded his most abrupt ending.
The Slab Hut Blend While James Wilson quarried freestone from the back paddock of Linfield Road to build his cottage, he lived in a simple slab hut built from broad-gauge red gum sleepers. Overgrown by wild blackberries, the hut still stands today, surrounded by a ramshackle assortment of star droppers, irrigation piping and discarded parts from long forgotten tractors.
The Black Hammer Cabernet Sauvignon
During one particularly fruitful dalliance outside of Linfield Road, James Wilson became a partner in the local blacksmith shop. Known as a fine operation, prices were kept low by means of shrewd savings on the ink budget, "Blacksmiths and Wheewrights" adorning the letterhead for the better part of a decade.