Seppelt Wines Great Western

Visit Seppelt Wines in Great Western

Located in Great Western, the wine and food village of the Grampians, Seppelt Wines is a must visit when in the Grampians Region.
Open 7 days a week for wine tastings, underground cellar tours and wine sales.

A visit to the Grampians is not complete without a trip to the region’s original winemaking pioneers at Seppelt. Open seven days a week, experience the beauty of country Victoria at the historic cellar door for a tasting or to purchase wine, coffee, a light lunch or cheese platter, and step back in time underground with a tour of the heritage-listed cellars, The Drives – first excavated in 1868 and the longest in the southern hemisphere.

Seppelt Wines is a well-known wine producer, with generations of wine lovers enjoying our wines for over 100 years. When the estate was owned by Hans Irvine, in 1890 he hired a French Winemaker by the name of Charles Pierlot to produce the first method champenoise sparkling wines in Australia, which included the now famous, unique Sparkling Shiraz.

With award-winning wines, from the Grampians, Henty and Heathcote wine regions, there is an amazing collection of wines to taste with luxury tastings available 7 days a week from 10 am until 5 pm. You can book your tasting before you arrive.

Tours currently depart at 11am – 1pm & 3pm daily into the amazing, memorable underground cellars. They are the longest underground cellars in Australia and the labyrinth would be 3km in length if laid out end to end. The cellars can store up to 3 million bottles of wine. We recommend booking prior to arrival.