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Seppeltsfield will release one of Australia’s most historically significant wines on Friday 20th February, with the 1915 Para 100 Year Old Vintage Tawny being officially unveiled.
The 1915 vintage and 37th release of the Tawny (previously known as Australian Port), will mark the centenary observance of ANZAC - a wine remarkably crafted in the year Australian and New Zealand forces first landed at Gallipoli.
Less than 550 (375ml size) bottles will be released globally.
Seppeltsfield remains the only winery in the world to release a 100 year old wine every year - each vintage released having spent a century maturing in oak barrels in the Barossa Valley cellars.
Seppeltsfield estate has topped the state tourism charts, winning the 2015 South Australian Tourism Awards category for wineries, distilleries or breweries.
Barossa Valley wine estate, Seppeltsfield, today unveiled a new suite of tourism experiences within its renowned 1878 Centennial Cellar, following a Royal visit from Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
An 1889 vintage Tawny (Port wine) from Seppeltsfield has been tasted on the summit of Kilimanjaro, in an effort to raise funds for international aid organisation, UNICEF.
Resident JamFactory at Seppeltsfield hat maker, Julie Fleming, has turned to the estate’s vinous history for inspiration, releasing a new line of wine-inspired head wear.
Seppeltsfield has been honoured at the 2015 South Australian Regional Awards, being named winner in the Tourism category for the Barossa region.
Seppeltsfield estate is turning to its 164 year old food history for inspiration, as it prepares for the next instalment of the successful unearthed@seppeltsfield pop-up event series this month.
Seppeltsfield’s culinary connections have been graced with further endorsement, with FINO Seppeltsfield restaurant and Owen Andrews Barossa Catering receiving honours at the 2015 South Australian Restaurant & Catering Awards.
The Barossa Valley’s FINO Seppeltsfield has been graced with a glowing 4/5 review by The Weekend Australian Magazine’s John Lethlean, who prompted the question “Is this the best place in Australia for a long lunch or what?”
Barossa Valley’s Seppeltsfield estate has been honoured at the 2015 South Australian Architecture Awards, with its Cellar Door & FINO Restaurant winning the Robert Dickson Award for Best Interior Design.
Seppeltsfield will release a decanter this month priced at AUD $10,000 each, in a partnership with luxury French crystal house, Lalique.
The Barossa was host to Australian rock music royalty over the weekend, with founding members of INXS, Tim and Jon Farriss, visiting both the Seppeltsfield estate and Hentley Farm.
The pair, hosted by Channel 7͛'s Sunrise personality and Port Adelaide Football Club chairman David Koch, experienced a knife-making workshop at the JamFactory at Seppeltsfield Barossa studios with resident Cutler, Barry Gardner. The Farriss brothers followed Seppeltsfield with lunch at Hentley Farm's restaurant, experiencing a taste of the evolving Western Barossa tourism offerings.
The INXS members were visiting South Australia in part to witness their hit͚ "Never Tear Us Apart" being played as part of the AFL Port Adelaide v Sydney pre-game experience on Saturday night. JamFactory resident Cutler, Barry Gardner, said both INXS members loved their time at Seppeltsfield.