Australian One Pound Per Acre Red Wines

J.E Seppelt, a tobacco and liqueur merchant from Silesia, migrated to Australia with his family in 1849. His dream was to continue the family business whilst enjoying the religious freedoms and opportunity that the new world offered.

After an enterprising but unsuccessful attempt to grow tobacco leaf on his original settlement in South Australia, in 1851, J.E Seppelt ventured North. He purchased 158 acres of land from a farmer of Tanunda, and it was here where his family established a mixed farm of wheat, corn, livestock and grapevines. Unlike tobacco, hs grapevines flourished, and soon grew 'colony-wide' demand for his quality wines, spirits and liqueurs.

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