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Guided Tours

Underground Cellar Tours

Known simply as “The Drives”, this labyrinth of tunnels is the largest underground cellar in the Southern Hemisphere, and a must-do activity when visiting the Grampians.

Daily Tour

Explore Seppelt Wines heritage-listed underground cellars on our daily tour.

With excavations beginning in 1868 by out of work gold miners, The Drives took more than 60 years to dig the 3 kilometres of tunnels which can hold 3 million bottles of wine.  

The tour concludes with a tasting of Seppelt Sparkling Shiraz, first made in the Seppelt Great Western Cellars in the early 1890s.

  • Cost: $22 Adult / $18 Concession / $8 School Aged Children / Free Children Aged Under 5
  • Group: Up to 13 guest per tour
  • Timing: 11am / 1pm / 3pm
Progressive Dine Deep

The Progressive Dine Deep experience is a unique way to discover the amazing history and sensational selection of wines that Seppelt has to offer.

As you wind your way through the amazing Drives, your guide will share with you the history and stories of the underground cellars as well as sharing a wine tasting paired with canapes in a branded Seppelt glass for you to keep.

Deep within the cellars you will find an underground dining space where you will sit and enjoy a glass of wine with your main meal.

A short walk after dinner will take you to your final tasting experience - saving the best until last - your dessert canape paired with the highly coveted Show Sparkling Shiraz. An evening to explore and indulge.

  • Cost: $165 per person
  • Group: 12 - 24 people
  • Timing: 6pm - 9pm
Seppelt Cellar Door

36 Cemetery Road, Great Western
Victoria 3377, Australia
PH: (03) 5361 2239


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