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PETE’S BLOG

Shiraz versus Cabernet – What’s the Difference?

Vineyard

While both cabernet sauvignon (known as the “Prince of Grapes”) and shiraz usually produce big red wines, there are a few differences between the two. Where each variety is grown. In South Australia, the Barossa Valley is best…

What’s on in the Barossa?

What to do in the Barossa

Boy George and Culture Club are coming to the Barossa! “Karma Chameleon”….. “I’ll Tumble 4 Ya” …..“Do You Really Want to Hurt Me” In the biggest event at Seppeltsfield for 2016, 1980s iconic pop group Culture Club will…

Frosé anyone?

Food & Wine

Summer is on its way and a Seize the Day fan (my daughter Anna actually!) shared this video with us. We thought it was too good not to pass on to our Rosé fans. Peter isn’t so sure, being…

What is the Barossa Old Vine Charter?

Vineyard

Visitors to the Barossa are always fascinated by the patchwork of vines that fill the Valley. One of the most asked questions is how you define the age of a vine. The Barossa Old Vine Charter makes the…

Barossa Shiraz Ingredients!

Food & Wine, Vineyard, Winemaking

What’s all the fuss about Barossa Valley Shiraz and the dirt it grows in? The answer is everything…….

2016 Barossa Vintage – our Barossa Shiraz is looking fantastic!

Vineyard, Winemaking

The 2016 Barossa vintage is over, certainly it is in our Seize the Day vineyard as the leaves turn to glorious Autumn colours. Picking started in late February and was over by mid March. We’re very, very happy with…

Meet our Barossa Shiraz Seize the Day winemaker, Jo Irvine

New News, Vineyard, Winemaking

Jo Irvine has been making our Seize the Day Barossa Shiraz since 2014 and our Seize the Day Rosé since 2013. To make a premium Barossa Shiraz, you need to know what you’re doing. We love working with Jo,…

Eating out with Seize the Day wines!

Food & Wine

We’re very proud to say our wines appear on a diverse range of wine lists, and we thought we would let you know where some of them are!

Hentley Farm Cellar Door and Restaurant

Food & Wine, What to do in the Barossa

Hentley Farm. What can we say except that sometimes in life we can be lucky enough to find ourselves in the right place at the right time. Having Hentley Farm as our next door neighbour is as good…

The AUD$10,000 Seppeltsfield Decanter designed by Lalique

Food & Wine, New News

Priced at AUD$10,000, is this the ultimate Barossa wine for the person who has everything? Ultra premium wines in the Barossa include Torbreck’s The Laird, Hentschke’s Hill of Grace and Penfold’s Grange. Of course our neighbour Seppeltsfield Wines…