One of the biggest names in the Australian wine scene is the Seppelt family and a visit to the Seppelt Family Mausoleum will give you insight into their success. The Seppelt family has laid to rest a number of their ancestors in the mausoleum dating all the way back to 1925. A pivotal part of the Barossa history, the mausoleum is a tribute to the part this family played in the Barossa wine history. Open to the public, the mausoleum is a touching and inspiring place for those that visit. The views from the area are lovely and if you’re in the area or travelling past it is definitely worth a visit. Those with an interest in the wine industry and its history should definitely visit the Seppelt Family Mausoleum.