Seppelt St Peters

"St Peter’s Shiraz derives from low yielding vineyards planted on weathered volcanic soils. St Peter’s Vineyard and Imperial Vineyard were established in the 1930s and Police and McKenzie Vineyards established in the late 1970s. During batch vinification in static and open top fermenters pump overs and rack and returns are used to extract colour and flavour. The wine is left on skins for 10 to 20 days post ferment to extract the “beautiful powdery tannins”. After draining and pressing the wine is typically matured in French oak for 18 months in new (30%) and used French oak. This is a style in evolution; more recent vintages are fruit driven with bright blueberry, mulberry, blackberry aromas, fine chalky tannins and fruit concentration. "Andrew Caillard MW

  • Seppelt St Peters Shiraz 1999

    [SOLD-OUT] Seppelt St Peters Shiraz 1999

    Region: VIC- Great Western

    - A legendary wine from the House of Seppelt that combines low yielding old vines with one and a half centuries of experience. This is a wine that enhances the distinctive style of the Grampians region in Western Victoria and demonstrates the affinity...