Seppeltsfield have been recognised at the most prestigious wine show in Australia, the 2019 Royal Adelaide Wine Show, taking out four Gold Medals for the 2019 Barossa Nero d’Avola, Para Grand Tawny (10 Year Old Average Age), Para Rare Tawny (18 Year Old Average Age) and Solero DP38 Rich Rare Apera.
Seppeltsfield are ‘painting the iconic Barossa village pink’, in an effort to support Australian Breast Cancer Research (ABCR) throughout October, in aid of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Based on the inaugural success of #MoscatoMission last year – with Seppeltsfield Wines donating $10,317 to ABCR, this year they are taking it to the next level, broadening the charitable initiative across its ‘village’ partners.
Seppeltsfield have taken out the prestige ‘Best Australian Fortified Tawny’ Trophy and Top Gold Medal for Para Rare Tawny (18 Year average age), at The 131st Annual Rutherglen Wine Show which also incorporated the 2019 Australian Fortified Wine Show.
Seppeltsfield, Australia’s most iconic wine estate has pulled off a ‘statement acquisition’ in the world-famous Barossa Valley.
The Red Hot Summer Tour celebrates 10 years of Red Hot Rock in 2020, right here at Seppeltsfield in the Barossa Valley, 29th March.
Seppeltsfield Barossa, Events Executive Chef Owen Andrews, has received an honourable mention in the 2019 Savour Australia Hostplus Restaurant and Catering Awards, being recognised as small caterer of the year.
After selling out their inaugural Barossa Valley event in 2018, Grapes of Mirth will return to iconic Seppeltsfield Barossa, as part of this year’s Barossa Gourmet Weekend.
The World’s Best Vineyards 2019 awards have been announced in London overnight, Seppeltsfield Barossa representing Australia in the top three and globally at number forty-seven.
In an Australian first, historic wine estate Seppeltsfield Barossa, and Australian-based brand protection and retail engagement specialist, YPB Group Limited, has today unveiled a revolutionary solution to guarantee wine authenticity and to trigger consumer engagement.
The technology developed by YPB Group - NFC Vintail - sees a microchip with rolling code technology embedded onto every bottle of Seppeltsfield’s new ‘Grounds’ range of wines, 2017 ‘The Westing’ and ‘The Northing’ Barossa Shiraz.
The 'One Electric Day' national tour is coming to Seppeltsfield Barossa, Saturday 7th December, 2019.
'You're the voice' singer, John Farnham, will be taking to the stage with Australian favourites including ‘Pressure down’ and ‘Reasons’, along with special guests Jon Stevens, Vanessa Amorosi, The Black Sorrows, and the reformation by Southern Sons.
Following the release of Seppeltsfield’s still wine range in February 2018, the packaging adopted by the new wine range has been recognised on the world stage for its design.
Harpers Wine & Spirit Co. have recognised the bold design with a silver award in the 2018 Harpers Design Awards. which draws upon strong historical cues unearthed at the Barossa estate.
Seppeltsfield is proud to be recognised as Barossa’s Star Cellar Door by Gourmet Traveller Wine for 2019.
The fifth-year-in-a-row recognition comes after extensive renovations of the 1900’s bottling hall in 2014 which lead Seppeltsfield to unveil a world-class cellar door; blending together historic and contemporary architecture to provide intimate wine tasting experiences. Through four circular tasting alcoves known as ‘pods’, guests can enjoy tasting the newest wine releases from Seppeltsfield, including estate grown Grenache and alternative varietals such as Vermentino and Touriga.
Seppeltsfield proudly represented South Australia at the Qantas Australian Tourism Awards (2018), alongside eight other recognised best in their category South Australian tourism businesses, being awarded silver on the national stage for the category of 'Wineries, Distilleries and Breweries'.
Seppeltsfield have started off 2019 with an exciting new expansion into South East Asia, partnering with market leading wine importer, retailer and distributor, The Straits Wine Company.
Seppeltsfield arguably one of the Barossa Valley’s most iconic estates, with 168-year history, built its reputation on the production of exceptional fortified wines and remains the only winery in the world to release a 100-year-old, single vintage wine every year.
A strong sense of community spirit flows through the Randall Wine Group – Seppeltsfield, Quelltaler, Ryecroft and Tinlins.