Seppeltsfield Rare Tawny The Wine Society 70th Anniversary Edition (500ml)

Seppeltsfield Rare Tawny The Wine Society 70th Anniversary Edition (500ml)

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An exemplary tawny with tremendous depth of flavour and length. Just 250 bottles made. Presented in a premium timber box and individually numbered.

Tech stuff

Fortified
Seppeltsfield
Barossa Valley
500ml
19.5%
Cellar to 2040
Cork

Light

Full

How's it taste?

Ultra rich and intense, showing the bewildering complexity that comes from seriously old material, with layers of flavour at every corner.

How was it made?

Hand-crafted by Fiona Donald, this special limited release consists of vintage wines from 1985, 1987, 1970 and 1946. Lifted dark characters of panforte, cedar and coffee abound on the nose and flow onto the palate where crème brûlée and fruit pudding characters add complexity. 

Who made it?

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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