The story behind St Hugo is steeped in history. The Home of St Hugo honours the visionary leader, Hugo Gramp, who successfully transformed Gramp & Sons winery into an industry pillar, inspiring progress across future generations of the Gramp family.
Born in 1895, Hugo Gramp lived and worked his entire life in the Barossa region. Hugo tragically passed away in 1938 in a plane crash when he was traveling from Adelaide to Melbourne. Today, his legacy is celebrated in the magnificent brand new home of St Hugo in the Barossa Valley. Additionally in 1983, Gramp’s legacy was honoured with the release of the fire wine named ‘St Hugo’.
Located in the heart of the beautiful Barossa Valley, the St Hugo experience starts as soon as you enter the driveway. With outstanding experiences on offer, visitors can indulge St Hugo wines universally praised by wine collectors and connoisseurs all over the world for their depth, intensity and complexity.
Past, Present and Future Tour & Tasting
Enjoy an exclusive wine tasting where you will discover past, current and yet to be released future vintages of St Hugo wines during St Hugo's Past, Present and Future Tour & Tasting experience. You will tour the vineyard, see the unique and rare cork trees that line the driveway and you’ll even try your hand at extracting wine direct from the barrel before a tutored tasting of six wines showcasing St Hugo’s power and elegance. Complete your experience with a four-course degustation lunch, matched with St Hugo wines.
Chef’s Table Experience
For the best seat in the house, book a spot at the Chef’s Table Experience. This experience starts with a guided tour and tasting, complimented by the St Hugo degustation menu. Looking straight into the kitchen, you will not only watch the chef’s work, you will interact with them, discuss ingredients and techniques while learning how the menu is created. It simply is an amazing encounter, as relaxing as it is exciting.
VISIT ST HUGO
Time to visit
All year round
Drive the northern expressway out of Adelaide; turn off on to Gormesal Road, which leads to the Barossa Valley Way and the Home of St Hugo.
Experience Days & Times
- Past, Present and Future Tour & Tasting - BOOK NOW
Tour Only: Daily 11am & 3pm
Including 4-course Lunch: Mon, Thu, Fri, Sat & Sun at 11am & 1pm
- Chef’s Table Experience - BOOK NOW
Mon, Thu, Fri, Sat & Sun Lunch at 12pm + Fri & Sat Dinner at 5pm