Seppeltsfield Wines, Seppeltsfield

(4.1/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web)
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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TripAdvisor
  • The wine tasting together with food tasting was great. While the tasting is going on you are given a lesson on the rich history of the winery which is very interesting. Trying the 'PORT' of your birth...  more »
  • Fantastic We had Jan as our guide and she was absolutely wonderful. Included the children and was very understanding of them. Highly recommend this tour! 
  • We are spoilt to have the Barossa so close to us. Afternoon Port tastings at Seppeltsfield. The lovely assistant described the 4 Ports we tasted ($20 tasting cost) and described them well. So well we ...  more »
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  • Well worth a visit as part of a tour of the barossa Valley, had a good look around the buildings and grounds , went for the glass art display (poar of the SALLA festival) which was worth the trip. Great range of wine and beers at the restaurant, didn't stay for food but looked popular. You can do a guided tour, or hire a segway around the well presented gardens.
  • Way too commercial. Big fancy place with lots and lots if people. Which is fine if you like that. Service wasn't great seemed like the lady who served us didn't want to be there.
  • This place is great. As a great lover of fortified wines it was a throw back to try some from a barrel that was from the year of my birth, and for $550 you could purchase 100mls. They go back 100 years. Truly amazing. Also found this guy who made hand crafted kitchen knives and such, awesome birthday idea.
  • I'd take a visitor of Adelaide here. One of my favourites in Barossa because of the Mediterranean feel of the place. And there is a Jam factory as well as a knife artisan in there too. Very close to the Seppeltsfield memorial drive, if you're after great views of the surroundings.
  • Good beer list for a restaurant in a winery. Good wine list and some excellent malt. Food and service were both good without breaking into remarkable.