Two Hands

Holy Grail Seppeltsfield Road Shiraz 2015

Another great Shiraz from Two Hands, powerful but smooth with plenty of fruit and depth. Big wine but plenty of layers and delicate floral and spice notes complement the rich black fruit. I served it a little too cold to start with which definitely suppressed the flavour but it was great to see it come to life as it warmed up. — 3 years ago

Paul, Severn and 10 others liked this

Two Hands

Coach House Block Seppeltsfield Road Greenock Shiraz 2006

Pretty damn good, got better and better — 4 years ago


Para Liqueur Port Blend

Bottling n. 101.
The bottle looks fantastic and the liquid inside was extremely special too. I am not sure what it is the process for these wines; is it a vintage port or a tawny? I remember something about this wine being vintaged until 1947(?). Very good stuff though, anytime you see this bottle shape just grab it, you won't regret ✌️
— 5 years ago

Mike, Mike and 3 others liked this


Cellar Door Collection Barossa Shiraz 2014

Smith full bodies smells delicious — 3 years ago

Shobbrook Wines

Seppeltsfield Syrah 2002

I bought 6
This is looking terrific
Very tuned
Seppetsfield vineyard
Barossa without being gigantic, but very easy drinking instead
Still freshness driving the taste
Maybe not superlong, but more than OK I'd say
— 3 years ago

Byron, Dick and 6 others liked this


Barossa Shiraz 2016

Medium to full bodied, fresh and juicy black fruits with a surprising lift of spice. Cloudy tannin sits back but still makes its presence felt. Can imagine loving this cooled a little on a warm summer’s night (if my 6 last that is) — 4 years ago

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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 years ago

Serge, Daniel P. and 8 others liked this


Para Vintage Tawny Port Blend 1987

Opened this in early January and having the occasional night cap finished it 2 nights ago. Notes of dried fruit, spice, nuts and burnt flavours. This port fills every corner of your mouth - unctuous. Seppeltsfield have this amazing tradition of releasing a 100 year old Port every year. The 1919 will be released later this year. — 3 years ago

Paul, David and 5 others liked this