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Seppelt St Peters Shiraz 2019

Seppelt St Peters Shiraz 2019


$ 79.99 /bottle by the straight dozen
Single bottle price $80.99
Customer reviews
Why to buy:
  • 98 Point Rated Ray Jordan Wine Pilot 

  • 97 Point Rated Huon Hooke The Real Review 

  • 96+ Point Rated Andrew Caillard MW

  • 95 Point Rated Jeni Port Halliday Wine Companion 

Vintage: 2019

Great Western, Grampians

Grape Variety: Shiraz
Cellaring: Drink now or cellar up to 2050
Bottle Top: Stelvin
Alcohol Content: 14.50
Standard Drinks: 8.60
Rating: 98
Tasting Notes:

The perfumed nose shows primary aromas of blueberries and blackberries overlayed with gunflint, warming spice and violets. A medium-bodied, tightly wound palate with sweet blackberry fruit. Structural, graphite tannins draw out the palate providing length and drive and are complimented by savoury oak spice and flint notes. This is a powerful, seductive wine of great finesse with plenty of ageing potential.


Select parcels from the Great Western Vineyard were fermented on skins (with partial whole bunch and whole berry) in open fermenters for 7-10 days, followed by maturation for 14 months in a combination of 3000 L vat, 500L Puncheons and 225 L French Oak barrels - 30% new oak overall. Average winter rainfall coupled with average temperatures during spring resulted in good fruit set, however one significant frost event did affect the set in some low-lying blocks. The region experienced below average rainfall and above average temperatures during the growing season, resulting in more narrow picking window than normal. Yield and quality was excellent.

Accolades & Awards:

98 Point Rated - Ray Jordan Wine Pilot
"The structure of this Great Western sourced Shiraz follows previous years, but the fruit shows slightly more opulence and density. The colour is so deep and dark. The nose has a peppery, chalky minerality with spices and perfumed blue fruits. There is awesome power in the palate with a dense and concentrated profile of dark and smoothly plush blackberry fruits, some black olive, dark chocolate and a liberal dusting of spices. A little cordite on the finish and there you have it, another masterpiece from one of the great vineyards."

96+ Point Rated - Andrew Caillard MW
"Medium deep crimson. Beautifully intense and pure black cherry, black berry, mulberry star anise, hint black pepper aromas with underlying savoury notes. An inky deep palate with supple black cherry, blackberry fruits, animated fine chalky tannins, and roasted chestnut, ginger, vanilla oak notes. Finishes gravelly firm with persistent juicy fruits and fresh linear acidity. Still in elemental phase but generous and claret-like with superb richness, density and torque. Should develop very well. A classic central-Victorian Shiraz."

97 Point Rated - Huon Hooke The Real Review
"Very deep, youthful purple/red colour, with an expressive pepper-spice and graphite, earthy, ironstone bouquet. Very complex and multi-faceted in spite of its youth. The wine is very full-bodied, concentrated yet beautifully balanced, with ample fine, supple, yet persuasive tannins that bring an appetising dryness to the middle and end-palate. Richness, concentration, and impossible elegance into the bargain. A great shiraz. (Aged in small and large format French oak)."

95 Point Rated - Jeni Port Halliday Wine Companion
"Fermentation in small-batch open fermenters. Matured 14 months in small- and large-format French oak. Even in its youth, St. Peters brings a sense of poise and elegance. The '19 has an added degree of refinement, oak seems more measured than in the past, the fruit more composed. The vintage rates highly with winemakers in the region. Restrained aromas of earthy spice, plums, blackberries and a hint of bay leaf. Smooth and subtle in the mouth – it's early days – with depth."

93 Point Rated – Mike Bennie The Wine Front
"“Exceptional Vineyard” thunders the label. Indeed! Dark, brooding black berry fruit characters, white pepper dusted liberally, faint eucalyptus, green herb, roast meats. Authority in scent! Huge. Exciting. Sweet berry flavours, a late kick of savoury-meaty character, big presence in the palate, spreads wide, soft, with a web of fine, feathery slightly smoky-flinty tannins. More muscle. A distinct, bolder expression of St Peters here, not in the pedigree of recent releases, but showcasing the year, perhaps."