Seppeltsfield estate has dominated South Australia’s inaugural entry into the Great Wine Capitals Awards, beingrecognised as the state’s premier wine destination for ‘Art & Culture’ and for achieving ‘Excellence in WineTourism Services’.
Seppeltsfield estate of the Barossa Valley will serve a sample of its 1916 100 Year Old Para Tawny (Port) in Qantas First Lounges in Sydney and Melbourne – the wine created
On Sunday July 10th, Bonjour Barossa will combine gastronomy and French cultural themes, including a range of market-style food, wine, homeware & fashion vendors, all under the roof of Seppeltsfield’s 1920s Vintage Cellar.
Seppeltsfield estate of the Barossa Valley, South Australia, has ventured into the realm of virtual reality technology, in an Australian first for the promotion of wine tourism. The 165 year old wine estate is contrasting its heritage-rich nature with the
Seppeltsfield Wines’ Events Executive Chef, Owen Andrews, will launch a range of provedore on Friday 19th February, as part of a food revolution continuing to take place at the Barossa estate.
Seppeltsfield estate has topped the state tourism charts, winning the 2015 South Australian Tourism Awards category for wineries, distilleries or breweries.