The tabloid-style Seppeltsfield newspaper, Barossa Bugle, issue 2 is here . Barossa Bugle by Seppeltsfield has been created to provide a wrap of latest news from the estate and a little taste of Barossan culture (with a touch of cheeky humour added…)
Attention s’il vous plaît South Australia: Get ready to don your berets and brush up on your sexy accent. “Bonjour Barossa” – a French food, wine & cultural celebration – has been announced to return to Seppeltsfield on Sunday 9th July.
Seppeltsfield of the Barossa Valley, South Australia, will open the doors to a new wine chateau in China this month, in a joint venture with Minquan Jiuding Wine Company Ltd.
Seppeltsfield is preparing for one of the biggest names in cooking, Marco Pierre White, to visit the estate this month, as part of the 2017 Tasting Australia festival, which runs from Sunday 30th April – 7th May.
A Seppelt family member’s account of Sherry yeast culture being transported in secret to Australia in the 1930s will be at the heart of a Spanish-themed food and wine event, to be held at Seppeltsfield Thursday April 20th.
Seppeltsfield has completed a ‘grand slam’ of tourism award achievements, being named as Australia’s Best Tourism Winery at the Qantas Australian Tourism Awards in Darwin on Friday February 24.
Introducing Barossa Bugle, our very first issue of a tabloid-style Seppeltsfield newspaper. Barossa Bugle by Seppeltsfield has been created to provide a wrap of latest news from the estate and a little taste of Barossan culture (with a touch of cheeky humour added…)