Sevenhill Cellars began in 1851 making it the oldest winery in South Australia’s Clare Valley. The Jesuits established the winery to make sacremental wines and still operate it today adding a number of other wines and fortifieds to their range. Visitors are free to wander amongst the barrel rooms and down into the cellar.
A lovely lawned area, perfect for picnics, seperates the cellar door from the College building and the church, St Aloysius.
Running alongside the vineyard grounds is the Riesling Trail, a popular walking and biking trail that runs for 27km from Auburn to Clare.
Date taken: Jan 5, 2012
Nikon D300 Tamron 18-200mm@18mm f 4 0.5sec ISO100 Flash
Featured in Destination Australia group Jan 2012