A First Look At The New Home Of St Hugo In The Barossa

After five years of waiting, St Hugo’s new home is open and ready to greet guests with a glass of wine or three.

At the heart of the Barossa Valley rests a lavishly built home waiting to greet its guests with premium red wine to savour by the glass, intimate fine-dining and bespoken wine tourism experiences.

Five years in the making and today St Hugo’s new digs have finally opened to us all today. So, take a drive up to the Barossa and knock on their door. No expense has been spared in this multi-million dollar project and it’s worth checking out. Really worth it.St Hugo
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St HugoWhile there, linger over a tasting flight and relish in the fact that you’re drinking wine from the makers of Australia’s leading premium Cabernet Sauvignon. A cozy wine lounge is warmly welcomed, especially in the cold wintery months, where you can enjoy a glass by the blazing open fire. But, seeing as its Spring, there is nothing we could want more than sitting back on the deck with a glass of wine in our hand, watching the afternoon sun set over the vineyard.St HugoSt HugoIf you prefer food with your wine, then locally renowned Executive Chef Mark McNamara has a treat for you. A choice between a four or eight course menu, bursting with fresh and regional produce, has been created to perfectly complement a unique St Hugo’s wine. You’ll devour it on the spot.
St Hugo St Hugo St HugoProving that our regional areas can deliver world class experiences, St Hugo’s new home is beautiful place to spend the afternoon, soaking in some of the finest luxury on offer.

St Hugo is located at 2141 Barossa Valley Way, Rowland Flat. For more details, visit their website.

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