Wine True to its Roots

Hamish and Jo live on their 20 acre estate vineyard Home Block which is nurtured and managed by them. Hamish applies a hands on approach across all aspects of the business and although life is busy, he wouldn’t have it any other way. The vines are nurtured throughout the year to produce high quality fruit. Hamish's passion for single vineyard wines and their expression of place shines through to the winemaking. He firmly believes that wine is made in the vineyard, and his role of winemaker is to preserve their personality and character. He has no set formula for making wines but rather is guided by mother nature, with the aspiration to produce wines true to varietal, vineyard, and vintage.

Make Yourself at Home

We are a true estate property, we grow our own grapes, make our own wine and sell direct to you at our cottage tasting room. The same property of our business and livelihood, is also our home.

Most days, visitors will be greeted and hosted by the winemaker/owner Hamish himself. The Barossa is known for its long-standing generosity and warm hospitality and this is at the heart of our Tasting Room experience. We in invite our guests to ‘make themselves at home’ for a personalised and in-depth experience without having to stand at a crowded bar. We have lots of quiet and comfy spaces for a more private and intimate experience or visitors can find a spot in the sunshine of our garden or deck overlooking our vines and our quintessential Barossa views. 

The Past, The Present and The Future

Seabrook’s wine story is over 140 years old. It all began in 1878 when William Seabrook (W.J.) established a wine merchant business in Melbourne, W.J. Seabrook & Son. This business survived four generations and 100 years of trading. Fittingly, each of the four wines in the 'Generations' collection pay tribute to a family member who played a role in keeping these merchant doors open, and whom ultimately became leaders in the wine community through sharing knowledge and mentoring newcomers

The narrative has evolved over the years, and today the Seabrook label is Hamish and Jo’s family vigneron brand with Hamish the first winemaker in a long line of wine merchants. He is fifth generation Seabrook, and knowledge and respect from his forebears is evident in his wines and ethos. Its a balance of looking forward to the future, whilst reflecting and respecting the foundations laid down of generations before..

Seabrooks 'Lineage' label represents the unbroken line of Seabrook’s in the wine industry - connecting our bloodline from the past, the present and hopefully the future.