“Once they’re gone, they’re gone,” says Paul Tardivel, one of the directors of Pentridge Cellars, “they’re finite, like a beach box.”

The historic and heritage-listed D-Division Pentridge Prison is home to Pentridge Cellars. The well-preserved, nineteenth-century building represents not only an important and maybe, infamous part of Victoria’s history but is also a unique opportunity – every cell in the bluestone building is a temperature-controlled wine cellar.