Sevenhill Order Form & WET Form

Religion and Wine

There is a long relationship between religion and wine, and during the middle-ages alcohol in various forms was a necessity.

Much of the drinking water at the time was less than pure, so a little added alcohol killed off a few bugs and was often used in the cleansing and treatment of wounds.

As they still do today, sacramental wines had a ceremonial role within the church and wine production for general consumption provided a steady income stream to assist in the upkeep of monasteries and helped to fund many of their charitable deeds.

Religious orders, such as the Benedictines, Cistercians and Jesuits developed and refined viticultural and winemaking processes, and are credited with making great advancements. In fact, some of the most well-known wine brands in the world today, owe their fame and success to the skill and endeavour of these pioneers of wine.

Sacramental Wine

Minimal intervention is the hallmark of our sacramental wines in conformity with the requirements of Canon Law and is distributed throughout Australia and exported throughout the South Pacific along with Singapore, Papua New Guinea, Timor-Leste, Indonesia, Vietnam and Malaysia.


As a customer of Sevenhill Cellars for the purchase of sacramental wine, we want to ensure that we give you the best service. To help us achieve this aim, you can assist by providing your current customer information and we need the annual WET quotation to allow Sevenhill to supply sacramental wine exempt of the Federal Government’s Wine Equalisation Tax (WET) for the 2022 Calendar year.

2022 WET Exemption Form

Return this WET quotation and customer information to Sevenhill by:

Email: or Post: Sevenhill Cellars Box 13, Sevenhill SA 5453

To receive your sacramental wine at the exempt price please email your order form to