Mrs Baker’s Still House

Spirit of the artisan

about us

Made from the freshest ingredients. Mrs Baker’s gins, liqueurs and vodka capture the genuinely fundamental flavour from a variety of plants.

Mrs Baker trained as a botanist, and is fascinated by the back story for each of the botanicals used. Her herb garden is full of interesting plants.

Located in a quiet glen in the Pyrenees Ranges, Victoria, Australia.
We distill our gin and liqueurs using locally harvested or indigenous spices.

Family owned, family run. Mrs Baker’s Still House is located at Wimmera hills winery; where Jane and Benjamin Baker planted a vineyard and raised their kids on the farm. In 2016 they delved into their next adventure, the distillation of gins and liqueurs.
Visit the cellar door for wine and gin tastings. Take some time to walk the trails on the hill and take in the beautiful scenery.
Wimmera hills winery also has cottage accommodation.


Small batch products made with love and devotion.

  • Mrs Baker’s sensual & intellectual gin
  • Mrs Baker’s pepperberry pink gin
  • Mrs Baker’s fennel gin
  • Mrs Baker’s shiraz gin
  • Mrs Baker’s vodka
  • Mrs Baker’s coffee liqueur
  • Mrs Baker’s limoncello
  • Mrs Baker’s triple sec

Recent awards:
2021 Melbourne International Spirits Competition:
SILVER – Mrs Baker’s coffee liqueur
SILVER – Mrs Baker’s vodka
BRONZE – Mrs Baker’s fennel gin

2021 Australian Gin Awards:
SILVER – Mrs Baker’s Pepperberry gin
BRONZE – Mrs Baker’s Sensual & Intellectual gin
BRONZE Mrs Baker’s fennel gin

get in touch

Mrs Baker’s Still House
606 Elmhurst-Glenpatrick Road, Glenpatrick Victoria 3469
0418 141 685
(located at Wimmera Hills Winery)


You can visit Mrs Baker’s small batch distillery to taste and purchase a unique and delicious range of spirits. As this is a working distillery and farm, please ring ahead to ensure someone will be available to welcome you. [0418 141 685]
Covid-19 regulations apply. Some meals or cheese platters may be available, please book ahead.
Also ask about wine tastings and the progress of the whisky maturation.


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