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Seppeltsfield

Seppeltsfield

 

Named 'The most historic winery and greatest showpiece of the Barossa Valley' by James Halliday, Seppeltsfield has been producing wine since 1851. Today, the winery produces an array of fine wines that are enjoyed by Australian and international wine drinkers alike.

 

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  1. Seppeltsfield Barossa Grenache | wine.com.au

    Seppeltsfield Barossa Grenache 2018
    $24.99

    Region Barossa Valley, SA
    $24.99
    The Seppeltsfield wineries span over 420 acres of old vineyards and gardens. On the western boundary of the estate are contoured rows of Grenache used to create a lighter style of wine compared to a typical Barossa beasty.This ‘joven’ style is unoaked, allowing the fruit flavours... Learn More
  2. Seppeltsfield Barossa Valley Shiraz 2016 | wine.com.au

    Seppeltsfield Barossa Shiraz 2017
    $24.99

    Region Barossa Valley, SA
    $24.99
    The Barossa Valley and Shiraz walk through the world of wine hand in hand. Seppeltsfield Barossa Shiraz is very typical of the region: a full-bodied, fruity beast. Juice red cherry and plum are present on the nose and develop a rich spiciness on the palate. Medium tannins provide... Learn More
  3. Seppeltsfield Village Barossa Mataro 2019 | wine.com.au

    Seppeltsfield Village Barossa Mataro 2019
    $24.99

    Region Barossa Valley, SA
    $24.99
    From Seppeltsfield, the iconic Barossa Valley producer dating back to 1851, this Mataro tells a bright and vibrant regional story, sourced from right across the spectrum of Barossa sub-regions. A beautiful wine, label and winery story make this a fantastic gift for colleagues, clients... Learn More
  4. Seppeltsfield Village Barossa Grenache 2019 | wine.com.au

    Seppeltsfield Village Barossa Grenache 2019
    $24.99

    Region Barossa Valley, SA
    $24.99
    Seppeltsfield is a label rich in history and prestige, but this wine is sourced from the jewel in their Barossa Valley based winery: the Great Terraced Vineyard. This medium-bodied and fruit-forward wine is ready to be enjoyed now, or the striking label and rich story of the brand... Learn More
  5. Seppeltsfield Village Barossa Nero d'Avola 2019 by wine.com.au

    Seppeltsfield Village Barossa Nero d'Avola 2019
    $24.99

    Region Barossa Valley, SA
    $24.99
    Nero d’Avola performs well in dry and arid climates, and this medium-bodied version shows it’s right at home in the beloved Seppeltsfield winery in Barossa Valley. The gravitas and prestige of the winery, as well as the attractive bottle label, make it a perfect high-end gift... Learn More
  6. Seppeltsfield Para Tawny 1949 100ml Gift Boxed

    Seppeltsfield Para Tawny 1949 100ml Gift Boxed
    $499.99

    Region Barossa Valley, SA
    $499.99
    A gift of unparalleled significance, the Seppeltsfield Para Tawny collection is believed to be the world’s only unbroken lineage of a single vintage wine, spanning more then 130 consecutive vintages from 1878-2017. Presented in a beautifully hand crafted Jarrah timber gift box with... Learn More
  7. Seppeltsfield Para Tawny 1959 100ml Gift Boxed

    Seppeltsfield Para Tawny 1959 100ml Gift Boxed
    $499.99

    Region Barossa Valley, SA
    $499.99
    A gift of unparalleled significance, the Seppeltsfield Para Tawny collection is believed to be the world’s only unbroken lineage of a single vintage wine, spanning more then 130 consecutive vintages from 1878-2017. Presented in a beautifully hand crafted Jarrah timber gift box with... Learn More
  8. The Seppeltsfield 100yo Port - Decanter by Lalique

    The Seppeltsfield 100yo Port - Decanter by Lalique
    $10,000.00

    Region Barossa Valley, SA
    $10,000.00
    Seppeltsfield, one of the oldest and most highly regarded wineries in Australia, have partnered with French glassware designer Lalique to produce this one of a kind, stunning decanter. The decanter itself is based on the ‘Para’ Liqueur bottle from the 1950s. Additionally, Barossa... Learn More

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