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Seppeltsfield 1991 Para Liqueur Tawny

Seppeltsfield 1991 Para Liqueur Tawny

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  • Colour

    Amber with golden hues & autumned golden hues

    Aroma

    Notes of baking pecans, maple syrup and buttery pastry

    Palate

    Stylish yet balanced with generous flavours across the palate with a fresh, lively finish. Elements of ripe fig and maple syrup define the flavour.
  • Score

    96/100 points

    Writer

    James Suckling

    Additional Information

    Such density and power to this with a fabulous core of dried fruit, figs and berries. Toffee and nuts. Pralines, too. Even peanut butter. Very sweet yet fresh. Drink now. 
  • Award

    Gold

    Event

    2018 Australian Fortified Wine Show

    Award

    5 Star

    Event

    Winestate Magazine 2019 Wine Show Results

  • Food Pairing

    Cheese plates, dark chocolate, dried fruits

    Peak Drinking

    Enjoy now
  • History

    With a proud and priceless legacy dating back to 1851, Seppeltsfield is Australia's most iconic wine estate. Seppeltsfield was established in the Barossa Valley by Joseph and Johanna Seppelt just 15 years after the European settlement of South Australia. One of the largest and most modern wineries in the world of its time, Seppeltsfield went on to thrive as an artisan community throughout the early 1900's. Steeped in rich Barossan heritage, the estate is considered a true national treasure which helped shape the history of the Australian wine industry. As a new dawn rises over Seppeltsfield, our passion is to return the estate to its artisan roots and continue the enduring legacy of the Seppelt family.

    Vintage

    1991

    Varietals

    Shiraz, Grenache, Mourvedre

    Region

    South Australia

    Winemaking

    Para Liqueur is proudly a single vintage fortified wine, matured in small oak barrels of which are subjected to warm cellaring conditions. This storage plays an important role in the style development of the wine, as the warm environment exacerbates evaporation. An estimated 3% is lost each year to the 'angels share', with the wine continually concentrating in flavour, aroma and viscosity during its maturation in barrel.

    Maturation

    The supreme concentration and complexity of the Liqueur is a result of extended wood aging, giving rise to a silky texture and a delicate balance of sweetness and savoury freshness.

    Winemaker

    Fiona Donald

    Release Quantity

    270 Dozen

    Alcohol

    20.5%

    TA

    7.1 g/L

    pH

    3.58

    Volume Statement

    750ml

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