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It is the continuing tradition of innovation that places Seppelt Winery, Seppeltsfield,in a unique position in the Australian wine industry. This tradition began in 1851 when Silesian immigrant, Joseph Seppelt, commenced wine making at Seppeltsfield. These bluestone cellars now carefully mature the 100 year old Para Port.
Commitment to excellence is evident in Seppelt's international reputation for producing superb wines.
Today, Seppelt Winery, one of Australia's most historic wineries, is recognised as an enduring monument to the vision and pioneering spirit of a remarkable family. Continuing the tradition of uncompromising commitment to excellence is James Godfrey, Seppelt Fortified Winemaker. James finds the role as custodian of these irreplaceable wines immensely challenging and satisfying.
Bookings essential for all guided tours, as follows:
Daily Heritage Tour:
Operates daily at 11.30am, 1.30pm and 3.30pm.
Duration 45 minutes including tasting.
Journey into Fortifieds Tour:
Operates daily at 2.30pm. Bookings required 24 hours prior notice, minimum of four people.
Journey into Fortified wines on an exclusive guided tour, including the innovative gravity feed cellar.
Duration 90 minutes including tasting.
The Legend of Seppelt Tour:
Operates Saturday and Sunday at 10.30am (additional times available by request).
Bookings required 24 hours prior notice, minimum of two people.
Enjoy the ultimate foresight of Benno Seppelt when you discover The Legend of Seppelt.
Duration two hours (including tasting).
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