Seppelts history is closely linked with the Great Western region of Victoria. Founded in 1851 their wines are often some of the best in Victoria. Great Western certainly favours reds which Seppelts exploits to their advantage. Their top wines: St Peter’s Shiraz, Show Sparkling Shiraz, Drumborg Riesling and more are often considered the best in their style for the whole country. I drank a bottle of 1962 Seppelt’s Chalambar about 10 years ago. It showed me just how amazing Australian wine can be. I wish I could have drunk more of those great wines.
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Tasting and Events
Every time you taste a wine, it is an event. I would like to think it can be educational too. I hate stuffy wine events, so whether it’s a casual tasting or a Masterclass over dinner, I promise a fun, interactive and informative occasion… with great wine. Please take a peak below or view all our events here.
It has been a long time between shared drinks for a lot of us. I have not hosted a dinner since October 2019. I am keen to get out and share great food and great company. How about you?
Let’s not muck around either! Straight to the top shelf. Champagne, Sparkling wine, and three courses (plus canapes). I’m excited to be teaming up with Dakota for the first time, the menu they have prepared is going to elevate these wines to a new level. Book your seat here.
Your Own Private or Corporate Event@ Any venue you’re comfortable with. Wine is more than just a thing you drink. You share it with people you care about, and you tell stories about the wines and wine places you’ve been. A well-run wine tasting can be an experience of its own. The love of great wine is a concept that brings people together. Sharing it bonds people. This is an opportunity for you to share a special experience with family, friends, clients, colleagues or anyone you want to share some great wine with. Let’s talk about how to make your event special.
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