The Historic Home of Seppelt Wines in the Grampians
Experience a historic winery nestled in the Grampians
Recognised as one of the top places to visit in the Grampians, bring your friends and family to explore the largest wine cellars in the Southern Hemisphere.
SEPPELT WINE TASTINGS
We invite you to join us for your tasting experience to uncover the essence of our wines that have garnered adoration across generations.
If you fancy a nibble, enjoy a bite to eat with a glass of your favourite Seppelt tipple whilst relaxing on the lawns of our magnificent picturesque grounds.
Shop Seppelt Wines
Shop online and enjoy your favourite Seppelt Great Western wine in the comfort of your home.
Salinger Premium Cuvèe Non Vintage$25.00
Show Sparkling Limited Release Shiraz 2012$100.00
Show Sparkling Limited Release Shiraz 2008$100.00
The Great Entertainer Sparkling Shiraz (NV)$16.00
The Great Entertainer Shiraz 2021$16.00
The Great Entertainer Chardonnay Pinot Noir (NV)$16.00
The Great Entertainer Chardonnay 2021$16.00
The Drives Sparkling (NV)$22.00
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.
Step back in time to 1851 when Joseph Seppelt laid the foundations of Seppeltsfield in the picturesque Barossa Valley.
Simultaneously, on the other side of the continent, French adventurer Jean Pierre Trouette, captivated by the gold rush, partnered with Anne Marie Blampied and brother Emile to establish the historic St Peters vineyard in Great Western by 1863. The vineyard flourished, boasting 50,000 vines by 1867.