St Huberts Vineyard
This is the winery you picture in your dreams. Sitting on the grass under the shade of a leafy elm, eating cheese and drinking some of the best pinot and cabernet around. Sublime views of rolling vineyards surround you. This understated gem traces its heritage to 1862 with some interesting onsite memorabilia from 1888.
1 St Huberts Road
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It was Hubert de Castella that founded St Huberts in 1862. He came to the colony of Victoria in 1854 at the invitation of his younger brother Paul, (who had bought Yering Station) and had been there since 1849. Hubert and Paul were some of the many Swiss settlers that were attracted to the colony, thanks to Governor Latrobe and his wife Sophie.
By 1876 St Huberts vineyard was over 200 acres with 70 acres of Hermitage, 20 acres of Cabernet Sauvignon and 10 acres of Marsanne.
The wines today:
Daily 10am to 5pm