Seppeltsfield

Seppeltsfield

Para Liqueur Port Blend 1976

Pulled from the cupboard at the end of a dinner party. Not sure what to expect? Notably cork was leaking which I hadn’t noticed as it is in original box. However wine although oxidized is wonderful. So much flavor, the whole table were enamored with the bottle and it was quickly emptied! — 16 days ago

Seppeltsfield

Barossa Grenache 2016

Hyper perfumed nose of purple flowers, kirsch, plum, blueberry, Turkish delight and a bit of sage. Medium bodied in nature, effortlessly drinkable with a gentle chamois like tannin profile that provides some lovely pucker and adds a bit of substance. — 3 years ago

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Marco De Bartoli

Riserva Marsala Superiore Grillo

Rebecca Hopkins
9.1

First time for me - 100% Grillo. Green almonds and hazlenuts immediately transported me back to being at seppeltsfield tasting show reserves from the early 1900s. Stunning. — 5 years ago

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Seppeltsfield

Cellar Door Collection Barossa Shiraz 2014

Smith full bodies smells delicious — 2 months ago

Two Hands

Coach House Block Single Vineyard Seppeltsfield Road Greenock Shiraz 2015

Rich, vibrant and decadent. Tantalizing from tongue to cheek. Pure cherry, plum, currant extract with sweet undertones balanced with spice and soft but lingering tannins. — 8 months ago

Tammy de Weerd
with Tammy

Seppeltsfield

100 Year old Vintage Tawny Port

A rare treat and one of the wine worlds originals. 100 years in cask; green rimmed, unctuous and somehow both dry and sweet. Like drinking an old piece of furniture - 1916 — 4 years ago

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Bob McDonald

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I had the 1915 and it had the consistency of engine oil. Amazing concentration. Yours was no doubt the same Fraser.
Fraser McKinley

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Engine oil indeed @Bob McDonald I couldn't say they're refreshing but they are certainly fascinating!

Sieber Rd

GSM Barossa Valley Grenache Blend 2015

This GSM from a boutique producer in the western Barossa near Seppeltsfield, is a blend of 45% Grenache, 35% Shiraz and 20% Mourvèdre. The Grenache is most prominent with its lush raspberry aroma and flavours, the Shiraz providing structure and the Mataro with its plummy tarry notes. This wine was a Trophy winner at the Toowoomba Wine Show a few years ago. — 3 months ago

Serge, Daniel P. and 8 others liked this

Two Hands Wines

Concordis Red Blend 2015

David T
9.2

Clearly not an entirely a Two Hands wine. Not often do four wineries get together and make a wine. Generally, when they do, it's for a charity. This one is for children. Everything is donated down to the bottles and corks. The wineries involved in this creation "Concordis" are Kaesler, Seppeltsfield, Torbreck and of course Two Hands. — 3 years ago

Sofia, Daniel P. and 8 others liked this
Kim Stanbro

Kim Stanbro

@David T I smuggled a magnum in my suitcase to bring home. Loved the concept- still haven't tried it.

Seppeltsfield

DP63 Solero Rutherglen Grand Muscat

Christmas day 2015 a delicious drop — 4 years ago

Trisha WingJack Slater
with Trisha and Jack