Named after the picturesque, palm-lined stretch of road in the Barossa where this award-winning distillery calls home, Seppeltsfield Road Distillers are making waves both at home and abroad with their range of premium, handcrafted gins.
The brain-child of the gin-loving, husband and wife duo, Jon and Nicole Durdin, Seppeltsfield Road Distillers produce gins that are bright, fresh, exciting and above all delicious, carefully crafted, with patience, dedication, and a commitment to only using the highest quality ingredients.
In just four years, Seppeltsfield Road Distillers range of Barossa made gins have received more than 70 accolades and awards, including gold medals from International Wine and Spirits Competition, London Spirits Competition, Global Gin Masters Competition and Tasting Australia Spirit Awards, 2018 Australian Gin Distiller of the Year at Melbourne International Spirits Competition, and 2019 Best New Tourism Business at the South Australian Tourism Awards.
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Address: 436 Seppeltsfield Road Nuriootpa South Australia 5355 Australia
Our tasting room and distillery are situated less than an hour’s drive from Adelaide, in the heart of the Barossa.
Located at the gateway to the most iconic palm lined road in Australia, Seppeltsfield Road, we’re in the business of making seriously delicious gin. Our gins are crafted on-site, with Christine (The Still) taking pride of place amongst our architecturally impressive distillery.
Visit us and witness the magic of on-site distilling, while sampling our world-class gin through tasting flights, hosted experiences, cocktails or G&Ts (for something a little more casual). A taste of the world’s best Shiraz gin (awarded 99 points at the 2022 IWSC) is an absolute must!
Our tasting room is a popular Barossa destination, open seven days a week from 11am to 5pm. With indoor and outdoor spaces to relax and enjoy the full Seppeltsfield Road Distillers experience, we recommend booking your visit to secure a seat.
Address: Hermann Thumm Dr Lyndoch South Australia 5351 Australia
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