The dynamic and internationally renowned Seppeltsfield village is home to an award-winning cellar door, FINO Restaurant, JamFactory Contemporary Art and Design Studios, Segway Sensation SA and Vasse Virgin – natural olive oil skin care. The vibrant Barossa community spirit is
https://vimeo.com/manage/404475209/embed A new $50 million six-star luxury hotel and day spa at Seppeltsfield is proposed to become an iconic landmark for the Barossa and tourism in Australia from 2022. Oscar Seppeltsfield will be located in the Barossa region of South
A strong sense of community spirit flows throughout Seppeltsfield, with the most notable feature and iconic to the scenery of the Barossa, the picturesque Avenue of Palms, otherwise known as Seppeltsfield Road, planted by Seppeltsfield workers during the Great Depression.
On Thursday, February 20, Seppeltsfield celebrated the unveiling of one of Australia’s most significant wines, with the 1920 100-Year-Old Para Vintage Tawny. The release coincides with the Seppelt family having moved into the family homestead, on February 20, 1851. This
Seppeltsfield have been recognised with Gold Medals for the 2019 Barossa Mataro, at three of Australia’s most prominent wine shows, 2019 Royal Melbourne Wine Show, 2019 Barossa Wine Show and on the weekend – at the highly contested 2019 Australian Alternative
Seppeltsfield Wines has been crowned with the most prestigious award – 2019 Premier’s Award for Service Excellence as well as 2019 Best Winery, Distillery or Brewery in South Australia, at the state’s tourism awards night of nights.
Seppeltsfield have painted the village pink for #MoscatoMission, in an effort to support Australian Breast Cancer Research (ABCR) throughout October, in aid of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
In a Barossa first, Seppeltsfield Wines have taken out the Sicilian native red variety Nero d’Avola – awarded Best Single Varietal at the Royal Melbourne Wine Awards.
Seppeltsfield is the official wine partner of VOGUE Festival 19/20 in Adelaide. Presented by VOGUE Australia in partnership with the Rundle Mall Management Authority (RMMA), City of Adelaide and the South Australian Tourism Commission, 2019 marks the third consecutive year