The 2019 Riesling boasts classic aromas of talcum powder and lime blossom. It's light to medium-bodied, with a creamy, silky, soft mouthfeel and gentle acids on the finish. I'd opt to drink this vintage young, rather than hoping for some great transformation with age.
90 points, Wine Advocate (November 2019)
Seppeltsfield is a showpiece of the Barossa Valley, a magnificent complex of 19th century winery buildings surrounded by almost 100 hectares of vineyards. Seppeltsfield was a focal point of the fledgling Barossa wine industry from the 1850s and now boasts the world’s longest unbroken chain of vintage wines, going back to 1878, enabling the release of a genuine 100-year-old fortified wine each year since 1978. Apart from the extraordinary range of fortifieds, Seppeltsfield today also produces a range of limited production table wines, including blends of Shiraz, Grenache and Touriga, and sparkling wines under the Gert’s Blend label.