A chronology documenting the complex history of Australia’s longest standing wine label will be released this month, with the Barossa Valley’s Seppeltsfield to unveil the Langton’s Para Tawny Timeline.
The Barossa Valley’s iconic wine estate, Seppeltsfield, will release its inaugural still wine range to Australia from February, in a 167 year homecoming for the historic brand.
Seppeltsfield Wines is set to expand into the Clare Valley region, announcing today the purchase of the historic Quelltaler Estate
With over 40 events taking place in the 2017 Barossa Gourmet Weekend program and an influx of visitors expected, Seppeltsfield
Seppeltsfield is adding footy to the list of flavours on offer this Barossa Gourmet Weekend, with AFL legend Darren Jarman to headline an Adelaide Crows Breakfast at the estate, Sunday 3rd September.
Attention s’il vous plaît South Australia: Get ready to don your berets and brush up on your sexy accent. “Bonjour Barossa” – a French food, wine & cultural celebration – has been announced to return to Seppeltsfield on Sunday 9th July.
Seppeltsfield of the Barossa Valley, South Australia, will open the doors to a new wine chateau in China this month, in a joint venture with Minquan Jiuding Wine Company Ltd.
Seppeltsfield is preparing for one of the biggest names in cooking, Marco Pierre White, to visit the estate this month, as part of the 2017 Tasting Australia festival, which runs from Sunday 30th April – 7th May.