South Australia | Barossa Valley

Our Review

The historic Seppeltsfield property and its bounty of old fortified wines was originally established by the Seppelt family in 1851. Later acquired by Foster’s Group (now Treasury Wine Estates), Seppeltsfield returned to private ownership in 2007 with Warren Randall now owning in excess of 90% of its capital. Randall, former sparkling winemaker for Seppelt Great Western in the 1980s, has led a revival of Seppeltsfield, gradually restoring the heritage-listed property. The estate’s 1888 gravity cellar is back in full operation and a tourism village has been established. Randall has also slowly pieced together the largest premium, privately owned vineyard holding in the Barossa – enabling Seppeltsfield to complement its treasure trove of fortifieds with table wine releases. The 100 Year Old Paras have no parallel anywhere else in the world and the conjunction of 100 years of devoted stewardship (think former cellarmaster James Godfrey) and have had an outcome that can never, ever, be duplicated. -JAMES HALLIDAY


Seppeltsfield was established in the Barossa in 1851 by the visionary Seppelt family. The estate was founded on the belief in the importance of providing a whole community with work, purpose and tenure for life. Today, the fully working heritage-listed winery is undergoing a renaissance. Seppeltsfield’s innovative 1888 Gravity Cellar and surrounding winery buildings have been painstakingly resorted into a modern day village. The Seppeltsfield property encompasses over 420 acres of ancient vineyard, gardens and heritage-listed architecture. A vibrant community of wine, food, craft, design and beauty awaits visitors, highlighted by a multi-award winning Cellar Door, FINO Restaurant, JamFactory Craft + Design studios and Vasse Virgin skin care. Seppeltsfield is most famed for the Centennial Collection - an irreplaceable and unbroken lineage of Tawny, every vintage from 1878 to current year. The estate remains the only winery in the world to release a 100 year old, single vintage wine each year. More recently, the recommissioning of the 1888 Gravity Cellar has revitalised the estate’s prowess with still wines. Super premium Barossa red varietals are once again passed through the Gravity Cellar, which enables gentle colour and tannin extraction - now a coveted modern day winemaking practice.


Grenache, Shiraz

Cellar Door


The Seppeltsfield Cellar Door is located in the redeveloped 1900 Seppelt Bottling Hall, showcased in a world-class blend of historical and contemporary architecture. The Cellar Door allows for intimate wine tasting experiences through four separate circular tasting alcoves known as ‘PODS’, creating a unique setting and ambience during your visit. This is complemented with a VIP mezzanine lounge where private and luxury tastings are held.


10.30am - 5pm daily | Bookings essential

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Progressive regional dining, share plates. Locally sourced produce.


FINO's menus reflect the generous, sharing-style philosophy symbolic of (co-owner) Sharon Romeo’s rich Italian heritage and (co-owner) David Swain’s dedication to regionally-inspired seasonal produce. They believe passionately in the alchemy of sharing a beautiful meal, fostering the FINO ethos; Beautifully-crafted food and a thoughtful, finely-balanced wine list delivered with love and care.


Daily 12–3

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The Lodge - country house. 5 bedroom. Fully hosted.

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Stockist Information

Distribution Information

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International Sales Information

Export - UK, USA, Canada, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, Japan.
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On premise and Fine Wine Retail


Seppeltsfield logo
Winemaker Fiona Donald, Charlie Seppelt, Matthew Pick
Established 1851
Dozens 8 000
Vineyards (area) 1500 ha
Viticulturist Kingsley Fuller
Opening Hours 7 days 10.30–5
Address 730 Seppeltsfield Road, Seppeltsfield, SA 5355
Telephone (08) 8568 6200