What a season it’s been! Record dumps of the good stuff, last-minute weekend jaunts and top tier company have positively plagued this winter on the Victorian slopes.
We’ll let you in on a little secret – if you haven’t found it already – skiers and boarders have been enjoying delicious vinos without even stepping off the slopes all season – the ultimate aprés. You can too, if you make it there in time before St Huberts The Stag Wine Bar at Falls Creek closes shop for the season on October 6th.
A unique venue experience that champions all-things cool climate and situated in the Cloud 9 complex that sits at the peak of Fall’s Creek’s Halley Chair Lift, St Huberts The Stag Wine Bar has been offering a stunning serving of a selection of St Huberts The Stag signature wines to go down perfectly in the crispy winter of the Aussie Alps.
St Huberts The Stag boasts only the best of Victoria’s regional wine, ranging from black and white label choices that are sourced across the state. Not only can you enjoy a glass overlooking 450 hectares of the largest ski resort in Australia, but you can also enjoy a euphoria of food options stretching over 1.6km in the European Style Village that can teleport you to a cultural cosmos. Be it at the Astra or Be Foods, your tastebuds definitely won’t be complaining.
Being the only ski resort in Australia that offers an authentic ski-in-ski-out village, Falls Creek allows guests to ski or board straight to their door no matter where they stay in the resort, offering effortless ease to hitting the slopes.
After finishing your day zipping down the Australian Alps, St Huberts The Stag Wine Bar is the only place to be. Also new to Falls Creek in 2019 is Apartment 3, as well as Elk restaurant, which will undoubtedly provide the utmost luxurious experience in the snow. For the boss who likes to party, Falls Creek keeps the fun going well into the night with its classic venue The Man, which has been newly revamped in 2019, having Client Liaison wrap up their impressive lineup of live music.
You don’t even have to be a pro skier or boarder to enjoy the last of the spring snow, with a variety of slopes for beginners to pros.
Are you a little too late to get your taste of St Huberts The Stag winter offerings at Falls Creek? Well we’re pleased to tell you the label has just released a Pinot Grigio and Rosé – both surefire winners for those spring Saturdays in the sun – and of course a visit to their Yarra Valley cellar door is never a bad idea!
For more information visit cloud9fc.com.au
This article is proudly presented in partnership with St Hubert’s. Thank you for supporting the sponsors who help make Boss Hunting possible.