Barossa Wine Indulgence
2 days of pure indulgence in South Australia’s Barossa Valley
At the Seppeltsfield Centennial Cellar you can taste Tawny made in your birth year directly from the barrel, table reds released in small batches from the historic 1888 Gravity Flow Winery, or the renowned 100-year-old Para Vintage Tawny.
Don’t miss out on the Seppeltsfield Centenary Tour, one of Australia’s great travel experiences and a ‘must’ when visiting the Barossa Valley.
Its rich heritage is an inherent part of any visit to the magnificent estate. The winery and village restoration is true to the vision of the founders Joseph and son Benno Seppelt and the historic Gravity Flow Winery, built into the hillside on a series of terraces, is back in use. You can call in at the cooperage to see barrels being made, explore the heritage gardens, or sample German-style beer or cordial at the traditional kiosk in the picnic grounds.
The Barossa is famous for its food and wine traditions, hospitality and proud European heritage.
Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache, Shiraz, Touriga, Sangiovese, Nero Davalo and Palomino.
730 Seppeltsfield Road, Seppeltsfield 5355
Spring and autumn, for good weather and beautiful gardens.
A one-hour drive from Adelaide, on the Northern Expressway.
10.30am–5pm, every day (except New Year’s Day, Good Friday, Christmas Day and Boxing Day)
+61 8 8568 6217