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Tuesday 18 October 2022

New-look Hubert Estate is a Yarra Valley showpiece

If you haven't visited the Yarra Valley for a while, prepare for a surprise at the new-look Hubert Estate - home of the St Hubert's cellar door. 

Hubert Estate and the St Hubert’s tasting facility are a collaboration between the Ryan Hospitality Group, led by Gerry and Andrew Ryan (The Prince, Mitchelton Winery & Nagambie Brewery & Distillery) and Treasury Premium Brands (TPB), the owners of St Hubert's. 

The new facility aims to take visitors on a food, wine and cultural journey in a lovely rural setting. There is also plenty of room for functions. 

Utilising the existing St Hubert’s winery footprint, the site underwent a complete redevelopment with a dual-level design by architectural and interior design studio Cera Stribley. 

The estate now houses a modern Australian and Euro-inspired restaurant (Quarters), an art gallery immersed in Indigenous culture (Hubert Gallery of Art), an event space with a backdrop of the Yarra Valley (Harriett), a revamped cellar door for St Hubert’s as well as a boutique wine store (Notes). 

Plans are also underway to add a hotel and wellness centre - scheduled to be built by 2024.

"Together with St Hubert’s, we are proud to introduce Hubert Estate, which brings to life a stunning, multi-purpose destination that has an incredible history set for new beginnings for locals and visitors alike,” said Ryan Hospitality Group’s Andrew Ryan.

“Winemaking will always be close to our hearts, but with the estate we’ve broadened our table. Pull up a chair for lunch at Quarters, celebrate special moments with Harriett, or immerse yourself in Indigenous culture at the Hubert Gallery of Art. 

"We designed the estate to complement the landscape, and we’re inviting guests to find their place in the picture with us.”

Treasury Premium Brands’ chief marketing officer and general manager sales ANZ (phew!) Angus Lilley said the estate pays homage to St Hubert's history. 

“Established in 1862 as one of the first wineries in the region, St Hubert’s helped position the area 
as a premium wine producing location and was a champion of the Yarra Valley’s wine renaissance in the 1960s,” he said. 

“This is a progressive step in the journey of St Hubert’s. As one of the pioneers of premium winemaking in the Yarra Valley, we are thrilled to create an innovative cellar door experience that will set a benchmark for tasting room experiences and help drive visitation to the region as a


Images: Kristoffer Paulsen 

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