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St Huberts was named after the patron saint of the hunt! It boasts some of the finest Cabernet in the Yarra Valley plus outstanding Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Roussanne.
St Huberts was originally founded in 1862 by winemaking pioneer and Swiss immigrant Charles Hubert de Castella; a key figure that helped position the Yarra Valley as a premium wine region. Though the Great Depression caused a major disruption in the timeline, with most vines being turned over to required agriculture for 40+ years, St Huberts has been a leader and champion of the Yarra Valley since its beginnings. Today, St Huberts continues this legacy with Greg Jarratt crafting wines that display the nuance and outstanding quality of this cool-climate region.
Though founded by Charles Hubert de Castella, this beloved Yarra Valley icon was not eponymously named in his own honour. St Hubert was a 7th century, French nobleman whose life took a dark turn following the childbirth death of his beloved wife. Heartbroken, he surrendered himself to a solemn and blood-fuelled hunter’s life in the forests of the Ardennes. During one Good Friday morning however, he came across a magnificent stag that shone bright from the glorious cross it carried between its antlers. The time had come for him to mend his ways.
Yarra Valley, VIC | Heathcote, VIC | South Australia
Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Roussanne, Sparkling, Pinot Grigio, Shiraz, Tempranillo, Rosé.
Greg Jarratt has done more vintages than anyone could possibly remember. Following a Bachelor of Applied Science in Wine at Charles Sturt University, he spent the 90s working alternating summers across France and Australia. He secured a permanent job at Coldstream Hills in 2001 and, in 2006, was appointed Head Winemaker for St Huberts. Greg is a Len Evans Tutorial scholar (no mean feat) and has judged some of the most prestigious wine shows in the country. His depth of knowledge and experience in the vineyard and winery belie his humble demeanour – and if you catch him around one of his vintage pin-ball machines, you’ll see these hands don’t just craft poetry through wine.