In 1910 one of the underground drives at Seppelt Wines was named after one of the most famous Opera singers of the late Victorian era, Dame Nellie Melba. She visited Seppelt Wines in Great Western to officially open the drive and as a publicity stunt, she bathed underground in a bath full of Great Western Champagne.
We often hear the tales of “Grand Celebrations” underground in our Drives so let us take you back to the early 1900s, to enjoy first-class dining of the past aristocrat world.
This amazing dining experience will commence at 6:00pm in the Seppelt Wines Shaft House. Your host will greet you with a glass of sparkling wine. You will then descend beneath the winery into the Seppelt Wines heritage-listed underground cellars “The Drives” for a personally guided tour before arriving at the famous “Dame Nellie Melba Drive”.
Seppelt Winery's chefs will be preparing an exceptional era three-course meal, paired brilliantly with Seppelt Foundation Wines. It will be an underground dining experience to remember.
Tickets are strictly limited and must be pre-purchased. This event is a proud partner of ‘Seriously Shiraz' in the Grampians.
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