2015 ‘Fat Of The Land’ Single Vineyard Barossa Shiraz – Seppeltsfield | First Drop Wines
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2015 ‘Fat Of The Land’ Single Vineyard Barossa Shiraz – Seppeltsfield

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Single Vineyard Location

Seppeltsfield, Barossa Valley


Red clay over limestone


285m above sea level

A muscular brooding expression of Barossa Shiraz, it’s flavour packed with kirsch, dark chocolate and liquorice. This wine has been matured in 40% new French oak hogsheads for 20 months to further enhance its inherent structure. Built for aging not for speed, have another look at this sleeper in 10 to 15 years time.

Tasting Note
2015 ‘Fat of the Land’ Barossa Shiraz, Seppeltsfield

HuonHooke.com, July 2018, Huon Hooke. 94 points

Full red colour with a tinge of purple. The bouquet lifted and slightly volatile from the high alcohol strength; the body very full and rich, dense, concentrated and sumptuously textured. A big, solid wine with great intensity, concentration and power. Impressive stuff; for long-term cellaring.

2015 ‘Fat of the Land’ Barossa Shiraz, Seppeltsfield

RobertParker.com, November 2019, Joe Czerwinski. Rating 92+

The 2015 Fat of the Land Seppeltsfield Shiraz spent 20 months in hogsheads, and that oak influence shows in the smoky, grilled-meat aromas. Underneath, there's enough concentrated blackberry and raspberry notes to provide a sense of balance. Full-bodied and velvety, with a long, plush finish, it offers a lot to like.

2012 'Fat Of The Land' Barossa Shiraz, Seppeltsfield

Halliday Wine Companion 2016, James Halliday, page 262. Rating 94

The bouquet suggests structured black fruits, and that is precisely what the palate delivers, although it is not a question of weight or body. This simply needs time for more fat to cover the bones.

2012 'Fat Of The Land' Barossa Shiraz, Seppeltsfield

Wine Spectator Insider, Maryann Worobiec, Vol. 11, No. 49 | Dec. 16, 2015. 93 points

Bold, with toffee and nutmeg overtones to the core of dark, ripe plum and black cherry flavours. Finishes with a mouthful of thick, velvety tannins and lingering spice details. Drink now through 2029.

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