Sieber Wines

South Australia | Barossa Valley

Our Review

Richard and Val Sieber are the third generation to run Redlands, the family property, traditionally a cropping/grazing farm. They have diversified into viticulture with shiraz (14ha) occupying the lion's share, the remainder split between viognier, grenache and mourvedre. Exports to Canada and China. -JAMES HALLIDAY


Sieber Wines is a family-owned and -operated winery based in the western hills of the Barossa Valley. The Sieber family farm was purchased by Paul Richard Sieber in 1934 for his fourth son Ernest William Sieber and has been run traditionally as a grazing and cropping farm. In 1999 a small 1ha parcel of the property was planted to shiraz, producing the first wine in 2002. While cropping and grazing continues, the vineyard has now grown to 50ha on the home farm with the addition of a small family-run chardonnay vineyard in the Margaret River region. The home farm is predominantly planted to shiraz, experimenting with multiple clones and rootstock combinations. The balance of the vineyard is planted to grenache, mataro, cabernet sauvignon, montepulciano and voignier. This has allowed for exciting blending opportunities, generating a portfolio of award-winning wines in the cellar today.


Winemaker Tony Carapetis
Established 1999
Dozens 9500
Vineyards (area) 50 ha
Viticulturist Ben Sieber
Opening Hours 7 days 11-4
Address 82 Sieber Road, Tanunda South, SA 5352
Telephone (08) 8562 8038