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About Seppeltsfield Winery
In 2007 Seppeltsfield was purchased by The Seppeltsfield Estate Trust which includes shareholders from Kilikanoon winery. James Godfery is the specialist fortified winemaker, a deeply skilled practitioner of fortified winemaking – Seppeltsfield fo...READ ABOUT Seppeltsfield Winery...
In 2007 Seppeltsfield was purchased by The Seppeltsfield Estate Trust which includes shareholders from Kilikanoon winery. James Godfery is the specialist fortified winemaker, a deeply skilled practitioner of fortified winemaking – Seppeltsfield fortified wine stocks date back to 1878, one of the most extensive collections of vintage wine in the world.
Located in the historical hamlet of Seppeltsfield in the Barossa Valley, Seppeltsfield Winery is distinguished by its Palm Avenue – a tribute from Depression era employees who planted the roadways of Seppeltsfield with over 2000 date palm trees. The winery itself is a heritage building and the vineyard comprises approximately 100 hectares.
Seppeltsfield Wine Styles
Seppeltsfield produces a range of fortified wines under its own label, dense, sticky, unctuous wines of incredible complexity and richness. These are landmark wines, uniquely Australian and internationally remarkable for their style.
Seppeltsfield, the wine brand is reserved only for the fortified wines.
Seppeltsfield has a gravity fed winery and a modern winery. The gravity fed winery was designed and built by Benno Seppelt in the 1890s and utilises aspects of the Portuguese solera system to channel and move wines. The modern winery, is a state of the art crushing and fermenting winery used for processing commercial quantities of fruit.
Wine VarietyAll · Chardonnay and Blends · Dessert Wine · Fortified · Fortified Wine · Grenache and Blends · Other Reds · Other Whites · Riesling and Blends · Rosé · Shiraz and Blends · Sparkling Red
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