Established in 1851 by the Seppelt family, Seppeltsfield is just under an hour’s drive from Adelaide and sits in the heart of the Barossa Valley. The estate has evolved into a modern day village, with the winery and cellar door at the heart and is most famed for our Centennial Collection, the world’s longest unbroken line of single vintage wines, dating back to 1878.
Seppeltsfield offers a range of options for private group dining. The event spaces are full of character, whether you enjoy lunch in the grand Dining Hall which dates back to 1890, mingle on the pristine lawns with the palm trees in the distance or hold a large dinner in the Vintage Cellar. They offer premium group menu options for groups of 50 to 500, for meetings, lunches, dinners and special occasions.
Peter Lehmann Wines
Peter Lehmann Wines offers a variety of spaces for events of all kinds: from intimate dinner parties to public events and concerts hosting up to 5,000+ people.
Situated behind the historic Peter Lehmann Wines Cellar Door, offering sweeping views over the rolling lawns and native gum trees, Old Redemption is the ultimate venue for any special event. The spacious, light-filled and newly renovated Old Redemption is exquisitely detailed with floor-to-ceiling glass doors, that open on the picturesque terrace. With elegant and modern features throughout, Old Redemption can cater for events of up to 300 people.
Rich with history and rustic charm, Gomersal Wines offers a variety of fantastic spaces for your special event. Stunning country views of paddocks, vineyards and established gumtrees create an elegant and romantic space framed by beautiful fairy lights and hanging lanterns to create a beautiful warm ambience.
The rustic ‘Barrel Room’ has a private bar and comfortably seats up to 130 people on beautiful hand-crafted long Oregon tables. The wall of barrels is lit beautifully with candles and when combined with the elegance of fairy lights and adjustable lighting creates a romantic and intimate feeling that is second to none.
Château Tanunda, birthplace of the Barossa, was established in 1890 and is the site of some of the Valley’s first vines planted as well as its first winery. The majestic bluestone winery and vineyards is a living testament to the colourful history and pioneering spirit of Australia’s most famous wine region.
The Ballroom, seats comfortably 350 people, while the Long room offers up to 80 guests a single Long table experience. Both spaces are perfect for cocktail entertaining - combined, these two rooms work in harmony – the Long Room serving as a space for pre-dinner cocktails, display and expo space with the Ballroom being the formal dining area.