One of Australia's oldest family-owned wineries is turning 150, and we all get to celebrate with a new vino!
Put on your beret and dust off your french phrase-book, Bonjour Barossa is back for another year at Seppeltsfield.
Welcome to Barossa Seasons, a seasonal celebration of wine, food and experiences produced by Tourism Barossa all begins on July 6-8 with Barossa Seasons: Winter.
Culture in the widest sense is promoted through the many books displayed at the Once And Again Cafe, by events, markets, music and an authors’ group who meet at the café.
The best looks from the Adelaide Fashion Festival’s South Australian designers will be showcased at the Rural Runway in the Barossa.
John Farnham is returning to the stage for A Day on The Green, and you won't believe the line up.
Seppeltsfield Estate invites lovers of all things French to “Bonjour Barossa” - a boutique and market-style French food, wine & cultural celebration. Here's how you can win tickets for you and a friend.
Bonjour Barossa will again see the Seppeltsfield estate transformed into the cobbled streets of Paris, with a festival of market-style food, wine and homeware vendors coming together to celebrate the best of France.
Turns out that one of the best 3 club sandwiches in Australia is made right here in South Australia.
Seppeltsfield have built a $75m new wine chateau in China and it looks epic.
After more than 90 events spanning five days, the 70th Barossa Vintage Festival has been declared an overwhelming success by event organisers.
Seppeltsfield is preparing for one of the biggest names in cooking, Marco Pierre White, to visit the estate this month, as part of the 2017 Tasting Australia festival, which runs from Sunday 30th April - 7th May.
We've all been there. Amazing destinations in mind and no way to get there. Well not if you want to drink. Thanks to UberVino that's all about to change.
Fans can sit with the "Godfather of Modern Cooking" himself for evening of story-telling and sharing tips.
Australia's favourite home cook, Maggie Beer, will be honoured at Tasting Australia 2017 with a one-off celebration at her iconic Pheasant Farm in the Barossa.
Barossa Valley estate Seppeltsfield has been crowned Global Best of Wine Tourism at the 2017 Great Wine Capitals awards, announced in Portugal last week.
It’s been a breakthrough maiden year for Small Batch Wine Tours and the rewards for their fresh approach to the much loved wine tour are extending beyond happy customers and a growing reputation.
With one of Australia's best Cabernet's available to taste we might add. This is going to be a big one.
We sat down with St Hugo's Executive Chef Mark McNamara and Chief Winemaker Dan Swincer to get an intimate introduction to the Barossa Valley's latest jewel.
After five years of waiting, St Hugo's new home is open and ready to greet guests with a glass of wine or three.