Seppeltsfield Barossa


Seppeltsfield was established in the Barossa Valley by Joseph and Johanna Seppelt just 15 years after the European settlement of South Australia. Steeped in rich Barossan heritage, the estate is considered a true national treasure which helped shape the history of the Australian wine industry. Seppeltsfield is most famed for the Centennial Collection – an irreplaceable and unbroken lineage of Tawny of 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. The estate also boasts a remarkable collection of Apera (Australian Sherry), crossing Fino to Oloroso styles, all held in vast Solero nursery cellars. Seppeltsfield is a marriage of Barossan history, community and fine winemaking endeavour. A new golden era now sees art and design (through JamFactory studios) and gastronomic excellence (through FINO restaurant) contribute to an exciting renaissance of Australia’s iconic wine estate.


Seppeltsfield’s Cellar Door offers visitors a range of tasting and tour experiences, including a diverse selection of wines that are available for complimentary sampling. Additionally, premium ‘wine flights’ and daily operated tours are available, including privately hosted tours and tastings. Larger groups (10 or more) can be catered for in cellar door, however prior bookings are required and tasting fees apply.


For the complete Seppeltsfield estate immersion, join a private guide on a Village Discovery Tour, where you will experience the property’s award-winning mix of wine, food, craft, design and beauty attractions.

Engage your senses with this 75 minute tour as you are guided, as our guest, through the heart of the Seppeltsfield village and gardens. Your itinerary includes JamFactory Craft + Design, FINO restaurant, Vasse Virgin and Seppeltsfield’s Cellar Door, discovering some of our produce and personalities along the way.

Included in this experience is a JamFactory exhibition overview and artisan studios visit, a sourdough tasting with a member of the FINO restaurant kitchen, a Vasse Virgin skin care sampling, as well as a seated Seppeltsfield wine tasting.


  • accessible bathrooms, in external courtyard
  • accessible parking, follow the road past the coach entry, to the main carpark
  • The main pathway is paved, with the exception of one metre of gravel before reaching the main building which houses the cellar door and restaurant
  • the cellar tours with the exception of the Centennial Tour (which is up a set of steps) are wheelchair accessible, tour guides may adapt the tours slightly when necessary
  • Jam Factory artists quarters are accessible by ramp
  • Outdoor dining can only be accessed only via a few steps.


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