Enjoy a truly extraordinary culinary experience in the elegant complex of St Hugo’s beautifully restored buildings, with cutting-edge architecture surrounded by the captivating setting of the historic vineyard and Barossa Ranges. You will be overlooking the open kitchen at "The Chef’s Table” where you will observe the chefs, led by Executive Chef Mark McNamara, as they lovingly prepare your 8-course degustation menu of exquisite dishes that celebrate the best of the Barossa, including a taste of history with a complimentary glass of a 1925 Tawny Port valued at $2,000 a bottle.
Revered for its full-bodied Shiraz wines, the Barossa Valley is home to some of the oldest grapevines in the world, with examples dating back to the 1840s. The region’s warm Mediterranean climate produces red wines of profound depth and intensity. Along with the mainstay of Shiraz, other popular grape varieties include Grenache, Mataro (or Mourvedre), Cabernet Sauvignon, Riesling, Semillon and Chardonnay. Enjoy a glimpse into this unique Barossa wine heritage, and sample some of these famous wine varieties. This is truly an experience like no other.