Food & Drink

Put Together The Wine Cellar Of Your Dreams with St Hugo’s New Cellaring Concierge

By Karina Arora
3rd Sep 2020

A bottle of St Hugo wine being poured.

Barossa-based winery St Hugo has made its name curating a collection of fine and rare wine over the years. And now, to help us build up our own home cellars, St Hugo has launched a personalised wine concierge dedicated to helping you become the wine pro you were always destined to be. 

Cellaring wines may seem like an intimidating prospect, especially if you’re new to the game and haven’t studied the fundamentals of wine or the science of a sommelier. St Hugo’s newly appointed "Cellaring Concierge", Tim Redman, will be leading the new service, noting your preferences and guiding you to at-home wine paradise. 

“If you’ve ever wondered which wines were made for cellaring, what happens to wine during the aging process, or how you can set up a cellar at home, I can help with that,” says Redman.

Gaining access to this new personalised service is quite simple. All you have to do is treat yourself to a purchase from the St Hugo Fine and Rare Collection, which includes back vintages of up to 22 years making it the perfect start to your cellaring collection. Following this, your vino concierge will set up a private consultation to gauge your preferences, and help with any troubleshooting or ongoing support via email as you build your collection over time.

If you’re already on your way to creating a solid collection and don’t want a full-blown concierge service, St Hugo’s free Guide to Cellaring might be just the ticket instead.
The comprehensive guide covers frequently asked questions about cellaring, storage tips, a guide to decanting and heaps more. Download it for free here

For more info, head over here

To find out which NSW vineyard was named Halliday Darkhorse Winery of the Year 2021, head over here

Image credit: St Hugo

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