2019 Seppeltsfield Village Vermentino

2019 Seppeltsfield Village Vermentino

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Vermentino is proving so promising for the warmer parts of South Australia, and here's another wine to prove it. 
Lightly aromatic, but with the key appeal of a real ripeness and succulence, the acidity balancing out the palate weight in a wonderful fashion.

Expert Reviews

93 Points - James SucklingLots of tropical fruit, such as mango and papaya. Medium to full body. Creamy texture. Drink now. Screw cap.
90 Points - Huon Hooke - The Real ReviewLight, bright yellow hue. Very fresh bright aromas, clean and appealing, the palate is dry and savoury, flavoursome and appetising. It's very dry, big on sapidity and intensity.
90 Points - Jeremy OliverRacy and vibrant; bright melon, stonefruit and fresh floral notes with undertones of creamy, nutty complexity, ginger and clove; round and generous, but tapers towards a tangy, savoury finish of crunchy acids.

Tech stuff

12.9
Barossa Valley
2019
Screw Cap
Cellar to 2023
750ml

How's it taste?

Enticing notes of pear and grapefruit zest, complemented by a complexing richness and mineral acidity on the palate. Fiona Donald, Winemaker

Who made it?

"...The most historic winery and greatest showpiece of the Barossa Valley..." - James Halliday

Located on the ‘Western Ridge’ of the Barossa Valley, Seppeltsfield combines over 420 acres of ancient vineyard, gardens and heritage-listed architecture. The Seppeltsfield estate is surrounded by a small settlement - named Seppeltsfield itself - and joins the nearby districts of Greenock and Marananga as the most Westerly townships of the Barossa Valley. Here, gently rolling hills of patchwork vineyards are contrasted against open fields of cereal crops, making for some of the most picturesque landscapes to be found in the region.

In 2007 Seppeltsfield was purchased by The Seppeltsfield Estate Trust which includes shareholders from Kilikanoon winery. James Godfery is the specialist fortified winemaker, a deeply skilled practitioner of fortified winemaking – Seppeltsfield fortified wine stocks date back to 1878, one of the most extensive collections of vintage wine in the world.

Located in the historic hamlet of Seppeltsfield in the Barossa Valley, Seppeltsfield Winery is distinguished by its Palm Avenue – a tribute from Depression era employees who planted the roadways of Seppeltsfield with over 2000 date palm trees.

The winery itself is a heritage building and the vineyard comprises approximately 100 hectares. Seppeltsfield has both a gravity fed winery and a modern winery. The gravity fed winery was designed and built by Benno Seppelt in the 1890s and utilises aspects of the Portuguese solera system to channel and move wines. The modern winery is a state of the art crushing and fermenting winery used for processing commercial quantities of fruit.

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