Saturday, August 28, 2010


The Salinger drive of Seppelt's vast underground wine storage facility. Constructed in the 1860's by out of work gold miners, these mould-lined underground droves stretch for kilometres beneath Seppelt's Great Western winery. The average temperature in the cellar is nearly a constant 15 degrees, with a 1 degree fluctuation between the hottest summer day and the coldest winter night. This consistent ambient temperature makes Seppelt's facility ideal for long term wine storage.

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