Sevenhill Cellars Experiences

Cultural and Theme Tours

The first winery in the Clare Valley, Sevenhill Cellars was established by Jesuits in 1851 to produce sacramental wine. Today, the award-winning cellar door offers a diverse range of table wines that are highly regarded throughout Australia and overseas. Outside, the park-like grounds provide an ideal picnic spot and play space for families or visitors can explore the many spiritual and historical sites, including the underground cellar, the stately St Aloysius’ Church and its crypt or the surrounding vineyards, which are some of the oldest in the region. Sevenhill Cellars is a short ride from the region’s renowned Riesling Trail and a place you can spend several enjoyable hours.



A rare and exclusive chance to explore the history of the Grenache variety at the oldest winery in the Clare Valley. Our Winemaker Will Shields or our Viticulturist Craig Richards will guide you through this 3 hour experience and explore all aspects of the Grenache grape. We will take you to the 100 year old vineyard, explain heritage clones, discuss soil variances and show you how elevation can affect the vines and the end product. Then we will tour our underground cellar and explain the processes in producing our two Grenache products. Finally we will go through a tasting shared with a regional produce platter. We would love to have you join us for this unique experience.

Please contact us if your travels dates are unavailable, we will try our best to accommodate.

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The first winery in the Clare Valley, established by Jesuits in 1851, Sevenhill Cellars is a serene and historic setting, The heritage walking trail winds its way through the original vineyards and buildings. Significant sites are coupled with stories to help bring to life the lives of those who came from afar to create a new beginning. Visitors can explore the underground cellar, visit the stately St Aloysius’ Church and its crypt or take a walk around the surrounding vineyards, some of the oldest in the region.

Heritage trail maps are available from Sevenhill’s Cellar Door, which is open seven days a week, 10am to 5pm. The award-winning Cellar Door offers a diverse range of wine styles, plus local produce to create your own cheese platter. Outside, the park-like grounds provide the ideal picnic spot.

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Fortified wines are a big part of our extensive history here at Sevenhill Cellars. Established in 1851, we’ve been producing our fortified range for over 170 years. We would like you to experience something special with us and taste the fortified wines paired with couverture chocolates from Coco Laura. The chocolates are handmade with love by David Medlow of Coco Laura and have our Liqueur Verdelho, Classic Topaque and Fine Old Tawny in the centre of each of the chocolates. Your experience will be to try all three types of chocolate discs, white, milk and dark with the three fortified varieties and decide which match you like best! Then you can try the finished product.

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