The barque William Salthouse left the port of Montreal in June of 1841. Laden with Champagne, Muscat and Sauternes, it sailed half-way around the world to the heads of Port Phillip Bay. There the ship struck a submerged rock, and was eventually wrecked near Pope’s Eye - inside the Bay, but short of its destination. The William Salthouse and its cargo sank and were forgotten, until their rediscovery in 1982.
Thanks to Max Allen for advice