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Calling All Wine Lovers: Wake Up On The Doorstep Of VIC's Rutherglen Region

Feeling a bit stressed at the moment? Perhaps you're in the need of a wine down; a pop-up stay at Victoria's beautiful Rutherglen Region.

Feeling a bit stressed at the moment? Perhaps you’re in the need of a wine down; a pop-up stay at Victoria’s beautiful Rutherglen Region.

Visit Victoria is delighted to announce the much-anticipated return of the Wine Down Pop Up.

That already sounds like a great time, doesn’t it?

The popup hotel returns this March after a hiatus in 2020 due to, you know what, and is offering overnight stays in one of Victoria’s most renowned wineries.

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The limited-time activation will see eco-accommodation pods by Contained set up at Victoria’s Rutherglen region (All Saints Estate).

Visit Victoria says that visitors will wake up amongst the vines in a boutique hotel room, designer appointed with high-end finishes, a luxury bathroom, taste of the region minibar & breakfast hamper, and luxuriously soft bed linens – making it perfect for a romantic getaway.

Guests will also benefit from their own private pizza oven, from which they can enjoy a delicious dinner after a big day exploring the local wine region.

Wine AND Pizza? Seriously… what are you waiting for?

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The pop-up hotel will be at the family-owned All Saints Estate, from 5 May to 2 June.

Located in historic Rutherglen, visitors will have countless activities to choose from such as private tastings, a picnic by the duck pond or a leisurely bike ride to St Leonards vineyard.

The Brown family are gracious hosts, always on hand to lend advice or share fascinating stories about the region and its natural bounty.

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Visitors who want a behind-the-scenes experience can choose to ‘be a winemaker for a day’, given a unique opportunity to learn the ropes from expert vintner Nick Brown.

They’ll also enjoy a vineyard tour, private barrel-room tasting and finish with a three-course lunch at Terrace Restaurant.

The pop-up hotel seeks to increase awareness of Victoria’s Five Wine Pillars, which include the Pinot Coast (Geelong & Bellarine Peninsula, Mornington Peninsula and Gippsland), Shiraz Central (Heathcote, Pyrenees, Grampians, Bendigo, Ballarat, Macedon Ranges and Goulburn Valley), King Valley Prosecco Road, Muscat of Rutherglen and Yarra Valley.

An in-room Five Wine Pillars VR experience will be available to all guests.

The price of the experience is $275/night Sunday – Thursday and $375/night
Friday – Saturday.

Click here for more information or here to book.