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Establishment
“One of Australia’s oldest wineries and most iconic wine estate. It is well known for its signature wine, the 100 year old Para Tawny. ”
  • Recommandé par 9 habitants
Winery
“Amazing Food and wine, one of the best restaurants in the Barossa - must book and is sooo worth. Local seasonal produce cooked with love!”
  • Recommandé par 11 habitants
Aliments
“Vasse Virgin. Beauty products and gourmet food using an olive oil base. Set in the beautiful old vinegar factory at Seppeltsfield. Join one of their workshops.”
  • Recommandé par 5 habitants
Restaurant
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“Some really good food, a beautiful setting right in the historic Seppeltsfield winery. ”
  • Recommandé par 3 habitants
Galerie d'art
“Gallery at Seppeltsfield. Home to a number of artists in residence. My favourites are the milliner Julia Fleming and knifemaker Barry Gardner. Watch them at work.”
  • Recommandé par 3 habitants
Point of Interest
“Seppeltsfield is a must see. A grand old winery that played a huge part in the history of the Barossa. Picnic in the extensive grounds. Take a Segway Tour. Home to the Jam Factory (gallery & artists in residence), FINO restaurant and Vasse Virgin (beauty products and gourmet food based on olive oil). Various tours available.”
  • Recommandé par 4 habitants
Route
“Where are the best Barossa Cellar Doors? Well, many of them can be found along Seppeltsfield Road! All with-in a 1minute - 7 minute drive from The Reserve.”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Bar à vin
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“Professional. Take a seat while tasting. Offer a number of tours including enjoying one vineyard wines whilst in their vineyard. James Halliday's review: ***** The ‘hands' in question are those of SA businessmen Michael Twelftree and Richard Mintz, Michael in particular having extensive experience in marketing Australian wine in the US (for other producers). On the principle that if big is good, bigger is better, the style of the wines has been aimed squarely at the palate of Robert Parker Jr and Wine Spectator's Harvey Steiman. Grapes are sourced from the Barossa Valley (where the business has 15ha of shiraz), McLaren Vale, Clare Valley, Langhorne Creek and Padthaway. The emphasis is on sweet fruit and soft tannin structure, all signifying the precise marketing strategy of what is a very successful business. At the end of 2015 Two Hands embarked on an extensive planting programme using vines propagated from a number of vineyards (including Prouse Eden Valley, Wendouree 1893, Kaelser Alte Reben, Penfolds Modbury, Kays Block 6, Kalimna 3C), including a high density 1.4ha Clos (a walled vineyard) with the vines trained in the goblet style of the Northern Rhone Valley. Exports to all major markets.”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Point of Interest
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Route
“Visit the iconic palm lined Seppeltsfield Road also known as the Avenue of Hopes and Dreams. Enjoy 18 cellar doors and numerous fine and casual dining options including Maggie Beers. www.seppeltsfieldroad.com ”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Clothing Store
“Watch Julia at work as she does amazing things with feathers and creates stunning head art. Lots of head bands and more affordable items for sale too. Julia runs courses.”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Aliments
“A stunning cellar door with grounds & gardens landscaped by Paul Bangay and a modern building with walls of glass overlooking the garden and vineyards beyond. James Halliday review: When Barossa Valley Estate was placed in receivership in 2013, a number of Australian wine businesses looked at the opportunity of acquisition, but most observers were surprised when the successful bidder was revealed as NZ-based Delegat's, and even more surprised at the price of $AUD24.7 million. Delegat's' economic engine is the Oyster Bay brand, its Sauvignon Blanc centre stage. While Barossa Valley Estate only owns 40ha of shiraz, cabernet merlot, grenache, chardonnay and marsanne, it has extensive contracts with the grapegrowers who were its shareholders when the receiver was appointed. Managing Director Jim Delegat revealed that the acquisition was funded through existing bank facilities even though Delegat's had acquired the Hawke's Bay Matariki Group for $NZ8.5 million in Jan '14, this in turn following vineyard acquisitions in '12. The arrival of Delegat's has had a dramatic effect; production has increased from 50000 dozens to 141500, and the estate vineyards are now almost touching 300ha, many times greater than the 40ha previously owned. Exports to the UK, the US, Ireland, Canada, Singapore, China and NZ.”
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Aliments
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Home Goods Store
“This fascinates me. Watch Barry as he handcrafts knives. Commission your own or join one of his courses.”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Locality
“Visit the historic Seppeltsfield winery for a tasting, a meal, some segway action, or have a picnic in the beautiful grounds”
  • Recommandé par 4 habitants