Seppeltsfield remains the only winery in the world to release a 100 year old wine every year – each vintage released having spent a century maturing in oak barrels in the Barossa Valley cellars.
Today, the 100 year old Para Tawny remains one of the world’s most collectable wines. It is the only wine in Australia to have ever been awarded 100/100 points from James Halliday and is often regarded as a true national treasure – the ‘essence’ of perfection.
Less than 550 (375ml size) bottles are released globally each year. The 1915 vintage and 37th release of the Tawny (previously known as Australian Port), will mark the centenary observance of ANZAC – a wine remarkably crafted in the year Australian and New Zealand forces first landed at Gallipoli.
“It is incredibly humbling to be the only estate globally to release a wine this year that’s birth coincides with when our ANZAC national spirit was first being forged”, said Mr Randall (Managing Director). “To think that the liquid in the bottle was created at a time when many young Australians were displaying character, courage and mateship in the face of conflict is deeply emotional for me”, he added.
Producer/Brand – Seppeltsfield
Designer – Tucker Creative
Vintage – 1915
Varietal – Tawny
Region – Barossa Valley
Printing Press – Conventional
Stock – Estate 8
Embellishments – Gold Foil, Emboss, Numbering, Certificates