Seppeltsfield

In 1849, Joseph Ernst Seppelt, a merchant from Poland, migrated to Australia with his family. In 1851, he and his family settled in the Barossa Valley and bought the property which they named Seppeltsfield. When Joseph died, his eldest son, Benno, took over and continued to expand Seppeltsfield, and by the 20th Century it was Australia's largest winery, annually producing 2 million litres of wine. Later generations expanded both wineries and vineyards. Seppeltsfield is now one of Australia’s oldest wineries.

Their 100 hectare vineyards produce some of the world’s finest Shiraz, and also include plantings of Grenache, and small plantings of Touriga and Palomino. The soils are heavy and red brown, and the location is warm and dry with an average of only 500 mm annual rainfall.

Seppeltsfield is famous for its signature wine, the Para Tawny, the only wine in the world to release a 100 year old, single vintage every year.
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  1. Seppeltsfield Paramount Dp62 Muscat Nv (Half Bottle 375Ml)
    99 points - James Halliday, AU Wine Companion Aromas of rose petals and perfume, layered with raisins. The palate is mouth-coating and syrupy, with raisins and Christmas cake, however maintains a delicate and balancing acidity. The Paramount DP62 Muscat is crafted ... Learn More
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