Seppeltsfield Wines, Seppeltsfield

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Winery / Vineyard Food & Drink
Set in a quaint, ornate building harking back to the colonial era, Seppeltsfield Wines contains a collection of wines dating as far back as 1878. Taste vintage ports and other drinks, as well as learn more about the winemaking process from the knowledgeable staff. Using our world travel planner, Seppeltsfield attractions like Seppeltsfield Wines can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • We were having lunch at Fino's & dropped into the Winery after lunch. The whole Seppeltsfield property is absolutely stunning with massive Canary Island Date Palms which edge & surround the entire pro...  more »
  • Great place to stop and look at. A lot of history about this family in the barossa. There is also the jam factory to look for those interested as well as the cellar. The fortified wines are worth a tr...  more »
  • Driving here is very picturesque as there are lines of date palms and you can have lunch here and as well there is The Jam Factory. This is a gallery of artists and you can see them working at their p...  more »
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  • Poor customer service skills from the older woman who clearly had no multi-tasking or high volume customer service experience. Ignored my wife and I and then proceeded to pour taste glasses for a tour group of 8 people who arrived well after we had positioned ourselves, right in front of her. We ended off buying about $600 worth of wine from all the other wineries in the region though. Didn't spend a cent in this place and will avoid future purchases, tasting or recommendations of Seppeltsfield Wines after this experience.
  • Beautiful grounds and an amazing restaurant, however not the best place if you are there just for a tasting. Very limited range of wines and there are many better winery choices close by.
  • I really liked this place. Has restaurant too so If you are hungry... Do the 100 years old port. Amazing life-time experience. The consistency and flavors... Second to none!
  • You have to go to here if you are visiting the barossa. If you only have a short time this is a great way to spend it. Maggie beer is not far from here either. The ports are beautiful!
  • Enjoyed tasting all the different fortified wines that they have here as well as sweet wines. The raspberry cordial was delightful too. Very interesting buildings to have a look at as well as lovely grassy areas to sit down and chill out on.

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