As always, a benchmark for its category.
About The Wine
Back before Australia was all grown up and mature, fortified wines dominated the landscape. Amongst these wines the Barossa icon Seppeltsfield, has always stood out.
This Grand Tawny is the perfect entry point into the wonderful world of their fortified wines. The embodiment of their house style, this wine has rich lingering flavours of toasted almonds, praline, and vanilla nougat.
A blend of individual barrels with an average age of 10 years, this wine is a showcase of Seppeltsfield’s hallmark finesse and richness, at an approachable price.
Seppeltsfield is a Barossa icon winery, famous for its unbroken line of hundred-year old tawny release, and also for its Canary Island date palms which line the avenues of its amazing cellar and winery.
First established by Joseph and Johanna Seppelt in 1850, it has been back in private hands since 2007 after a period of corporate ownership, owned by winemaker Warren Randall.
Their incredible heritage of fortified wines is now being supplemented by a renewed focus on outstanding still table wines. The future seems as bright as its past.