St Hugo

South Australia | Barossa Valley

Our Review

This is a stand-alone business within the giant bosom of Pernod Ricard, focused on the premium and ultra-premium end of the market, thus differentiating it from Jacob’s Creek. There is a restaurant with kitchen garden, and self-catering accomodation is available in a 19th-century stone cottage. Exports to the UK, Singapore, NZ and China. -JAMES HALLIDAY


The ruins of William Jacob's (one of the early settlers to the region) winery, built more than 150 years ago, have been lovingly restored to become the home of St Hugo. The space was created by Colin Gramp in honour of his father, Hugo Gramp, whose vision remains influential to the label today. The experience begins as you enter the driveway, which is bordered by cork trees that were planted more than 50 years ago by Hugo's son, Colin. There are only a few of this type of tree in Australia and they make a fitting welcome to this special place. Get comfortable at the lounge and be guided through a flight of wines, wander through the vineyards, or go all out with a degustation menu at the restaurant.


Cabernet Sauvignon from Coonawarra
Shiraz from Barossa

Cellar Door


Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day.


Sun: 10:30am till 4:30pmMon: 10:30am till 4:30pmTue: 10:30am till 4:30pmWed: 10:30am till 4:30pmThu: 10:30am till 4:30pmFri: 10:30am till 4:30pmSat: 10:30am till 4:30pm

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A la carte menu available Thursday - Monday from 12pm




Sun: 12:00pm till 3:00pmMon: 12:00pm till 3:00pmThu: 12:00pm till 3:00pmFri: 12:00pm till 10:00pmSat: 12:00pm till 10:00pm

Details are correct at time of writing

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Winemaker Peter Munro
Established 1983
Dozens 50 000
Vineyards (area) 57 ha
Viticulturist N/A
Opening Hours Fri–Mon 10.30–4.30
Address 2141 Barossa Valley Way, Rowland Flat, SA 5352
Telephone 1300 162 992

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