Last night the World’s Best Vineyards 2019 awards were announced in London, with Seppeltsfield Barossa representing Australia in the top three and globally at number forty-seven.
The prestigious awards consist of a voting academy from around the globe, and the criteria is the ‘total experience’ – including vineyard, culinary, wine tasting and tourism offering. The aim of the World’s Best Vineyards list is to raise the profile of wine tourism, and encourage visitors from all over the world to explore the world’s best wineries and vineyards.
Warren Randall, Executive Chairman, Seppeltsfield Barossa said ‘We are thrilled to be recognised on a global stage for our unique wine tourism offering, it’s a truly exciting time in the industry to now have wine tourism recognised alongside the renowned International Wine Challenge’.
Seppeltsfield Barossa is a vibrant community of wine, food, craft, design and beauty awaits visitors, highlighted by a multiaward award winning Cellar Door, FINO Restaurant, JamFactory Craft + Design Studio and Vasse Virgin skin care.
Seppeltsfield Barossa’s jewel in the crown is the Centennial Cellar, comprising of an unbroken lineage of every vintage from the current year back to 1878. The living museum of Australian winemaking history is an absolute must see, providing the rare opportunity for visitors to try their own birth year vintage Tawny, and even the current 100 Year Old vintage
Tawny, directly from the barrel.
The World’s Best Vineyards 2019 list has been compiled from all of the nominations by the global academy of voters, there are 18 chairs who have nominated up to 36 judges, each have voted for the top seven vineyards that they have visited from anywhere in the world.
The World’s Best Vineyards is sponsored by the International Wine Challenge.