Read our blog to help you plan your visit to Seppeltsfield Road and to give you insight into the offerings, events and characters that make up this iconic Barossa road which is a must visit destination.
If you travel to Seppeltsfield Road in the Barossa Valley during September, October and November, you will be so glad you did. Spring in the vineyards is just beautiful. Not only does spring herald the beginning of a new vintage, when the vines come to...read more
Nothing compares to melting away your worries in the tub as you escape from the rigours of everyday life, rejuvenate your senses and soothe your soul. And this unique slice of Barossa Valley will certainly not disappoint. Ultimate relaxation can be found as you sink...read more
On your next visit to Seppeltsfield Road, take a step back in time and be intrigued by the rich family history that all began in 1850, only 15 years after European settlement in South Australia.The striking structure that is the Seppelt’s family mausoleum...read more
The Marananga Wine Show is unquestionably one of a kind. An initiative of St. Michael’s Gnadenfrei Lutheran Church that stands at the gateway to the iconic avenue of palms along Seppeltsfield Road, it’s the only wine show in Australia that is run by a church. Yet,...read more
Winter in the Barossa. The days are shorter, the clouds are fatter, the vines have lost their final explosion of Autumn leaves and pruning is underway; wild olives are being harvested, pantries are heaving with preserves and the smoke from chimneys swirls across the...read more
If you visit us along Seppeltsfield Road during the months of March, April and May, you won’t be disappointed. The Autumn leaves in our world-famous South Australian wine region are a sight to behold, particularly against the striking green of the giant palms that...read more
Summer in the Barossa Valley runs from December to February, and days can be long and hot with balmy evenings. Vineyards are lush green with a dense canopy of vine leaves protecting bunches of ripening grapes. The paddocks are golden, with hay bales dotting the...read more