Established in 1851, Seppelt Wines is the oldest winery still operating in the Barossa Valley. The range is extensive and ... More
Seppelt Cellar Door
Established in 1851, Seppelt Wines is the oldest winery still operating in the Barossa Valley. The range is extensive and visitors are invited to taste and enjoy most of the wines. The Seppelts label features some of Australia's favorite sparkling wines and some magnificent vintage reds and ports, as well as quality white wines. The heritage-listed building and cellars, approached via an imposing avenue of mature palm trees, is beautifully maintained and open for tours daily. There is a wide variety of tours with varying prices and tour time, please check their website for details.
A legacy of the region's German refugees, distinctive and attractive Lutheran churches and cottage townships dot the delightful Barossa Valley.
Another legacy, 50 odd wineries, gives the visitor a sensual focus, as well as an historical one. This well ...
Noted for fine red wines, d'Arenburg's remains one of the most significant wineries and vineyards in the prestigious McLaren Vale
wine region. The vineyard has been owned and operated by the Osborn family since 1912, and Chester d'Arenberg Osborn ...