John, Denice and Emily Arlidge purchased Beverley in 1997 and established the vineyard and winery.
Since then, Whiskey Gully Wines has won many trophies and medals.
The winery was awarded 4 1/2 stars in the 2009 James Halliday Companion To Wine.
Set on a hill east of the New England Highway at Severnlea, Beverley Homestead looks out across the Severn Valley and the ranges that define it.
Beverley Station was one of the Granite Belt’s early grazing properties, established in the 1870s.
Originally 2500 acres, it extended both sides of the river and formed part of a mining lease.
Early records show it was owned by Dr Lane, of Stanthorpe, and Paul Aplin, one of the Aplin family who mined tin in the area.
Glen Aplin, the village south of Severnlea, was named after Paul’s brother.