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St Huberts

St Huberts has played a distinguished role in the history of Victoria’s Yarra Valley. Originally established in 1862 by winemaking pioneer Hubert de Castella and re-established in 1966, the St Huberts estate vineyard has long been considered one of the finest spots in the valley for Cabernet Sauvignon.

St Huberts The Stag Pinot Noir

St Huberts

St Huberts has played a distinguished role in the history of Victoria’s Yarra Valley. Originally established in 1862 by winemaking pioneer Hubert de Castella and re-established in 1966, the St Huberts estate vineyard has long been considered one of the finest spots in the valley for Cabernet Sauvignon.

Year Established

1966

Region

Yarra Valley, Heathcote - Victoria, Australia

Winemaker

Greg Jarratt

Varieties

Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Roussanne, Viognier, Cabernet Merlot, Sparkling, Shiraz

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St Huberts has played a distinguished role in the history of Victoria’s Yarra Valley. Originally established in 1862 by winemaking pioneer Hubert de Castella and re-established in 1966, the St Huberts estate vineyard has long been considered one of the finest spots in the valley for Cabernet Sauvignon.

St Huberts

St Huberts has played a distinguished role in the history of Victoria’s Yarra Valley. Originally established in 1862 by winemaking pioneer Hubert de Castella and re-established in 1966, today St Huberts winery continues to honour the legacy of its founder, crafting a collection of wines made from instinct and experience, steering away from the pack.

The St Huberts The Stag range of wines take this winemaking philosophy to the world, through collaboration with likeminded winemakers. St Huberts The Stag offers luxury wines from the great wine regions of the world who are given the freedom to follow their instincts in the pursuit of making great wine.

The St Huberts’ tradition of producing world acclaimed wines continues to this day under the leadership of winemaker Greg Jarratt, whose outstanding, cellar-worthy Cabernet Sauvignon, and exemplary Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are known for their complexity and soft, ripe flavours. Worth exploring too, is the limited release estate grown Roussanne.

Hubert De Castella named St Huberts not after himself, but after Saint Hubert – the patron saint of the hunt, whose divine intervention with a Stag is now depicted in the St Huberts logo.

By the late 1800s St Huberts was one of the colony’s grandest wineries.

During the Great Depression of the 1930s, the vineyards in the Yarra Valley reverted to grazing.

In 1966 St Huberts was re-established by Tom Cester and the estate vineyard was the first to be replanted in the Yarra Valley when it was rejuvenated as a wine region.

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