Seppeltsfield Wines

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

Seppeltsfield Wines began in 1851 when Joseph Seppelt, fleeing turmoil in his native Silesia, purchased a beautiful property in the Barossa Valley, and named it after himself – Seppeltsfield. He decided to plant vines. Thus was born the village you see today. These bluestone cellars now carefully mature the 100 year old Para Port. Over the years many activities and industries found a sympathetic home at Seppeltsfield. Seppeltsfield Wines’ vision is to see many of these (and more) revived.

Today, the Cellar Door is open for tasting and guided tours including:

Daily Heritage Tour – 45 minutes including tasting, daily at 11.30am and 3.30pm.

The Legend of Seppeltsfield Tour – Discover and enjoy the ultimate foresight of Benno Seppelt, two hours (including tasting) on Saturday and Sunday at 10.30am (additional times available by request). Bookings required, 24 hours prior notice, minimum of two people.

Charges apply for tours – please enquire at the time of making a booking. A small fee applies for wine tastings which is refundable with purchase.


Barbeque Carpark Coach Parking Conference/Convention Facilities Kiosk Picnic Area Public Toilet


COVID Clean Practicing Business National Trust


From AU$5.00

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