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Seppeltsfield Barossa has been crowned the 2018 South Australian Tourism Awards category for best wineries, distilleries or breweries.
A strong sense of community spirit flows through the Barossa Valley’s iconic wine estate, Seppeltsfield.
It is the same spirit that inspired the employees to begin their mission of raising funds towards Australian Breast Cancer Research (ABCR) - #MoscatoMission.
Seppeltsfield estate celebrates the last evening of spring with a family friendly event of wine, food, craft,Seppeltsfield estate celebrates the last evening of spring with a family friendly event of wine, food, craft,design and beauty on Friday 30 November from 5-9PM.
Effective on the 1st of November, 2018 Bancroft Wines is proud to announce their appointment as the UK agents for Seppeltsfield, one of the Barossa Valley’s most iconic estates.
As part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, join Seppeltsfield for #MosactoMission and help our mission to raise funds for Australian Breast Cancer Research.
The annual Barossa Gourmet Weekend this year is set to include a comedic twist, with Seppeltsfield announcing a one-show-only performance of the comedy star-studded production, Grapes of Mirth.
Adelaide’s hottest music festival tickets have gone on sale today in a frenzy, with global DJ superstars Carl Cox and Eric Powell announcing their latest ‘Mobile Disco’ will pop - up at Seppeltsfield in the Barossa Valley - Sunday 25 th November.
A Barossa winery tour with friends to warm the cockles of your heart in Winter. Sound dreamy? How about adding some of South Australia’s best French artisan breads, chocolate, macarons, crepes and croissants to go with your glass of Shiraz - now that’s deserving of a “hon hon hon” in your best French accent!
After 12 months of consultation, planning, construction, and an enormous amount of elbow grease, Australian owned and operated skin care brand Vasse Virgin is now opening the doors to its latest soap factory in Barossa Valley, South Australia.
A chronology documenting the complex history of Australia’s longest standing wine label will be released this month, with the Barossa Valley’s Seppeltsfield to unveil the Langton’s Para Tawny Timeline.
The Barossa Valley’s iconic wine estate, Seppeltsfield, will release its inaugural still wine range to Australia from February, in a 167 year homecoming for the historic brand.