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Take a seat in St Hugo's impressive underground wine cellar and discover firsthand how glassware influences wine and sensory enjoyment. After tasting a selection of estate-made wines, savour an exquisite four course degustation overlooking the vines. Enjoy carefully matched wines with each course.
Engage, explore and indulge your senses at St Hugo Wines, located within the ruins of the historic William Jacob’s winery. Be welcomed with a refreshing glass of champagne on arrival before embarking on a guided tour of the estate, learning about Hugo Gramp's inspiring legacy and the winemaking processes of some of your favourite varietals. The tour concludes in the underground wine cellar where your host will set out to prove how glassware influences the taste and sensory enjoyment of wine. Enjoy four comparative wine tastings using acclaimed glassware by Riedel and uncover the impact for yourself. Top off your visit with a four course degustation lunch or dinner inside the impeccably renovated 1850’s ironstone dining room. Savour seasonal and regional fare carefully matched with estate-made wines as you soak in the beauty and charm of the Barossa Valley through the large arched windows.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to their policy:
Minimum of two and maximum of 12 guests.
The estate tour is conducted outside. In the case of inclement weather a history tour inside the building will be provided.
Please dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes.
Lunch upgrades to the eight course degustation are available and can be arranged on the day of your visit.
This experience takes place at St Hugo, located in the heart of the Barossa Valley.