Tucked into the Ulladulla hillside overlooking the eucalyptus tree line and resident cattle grazing on rolling green hills, the new luxury accommodation adds another spectacular way to experience the venue and the stunning South Coast, according to Cupitt’s Estate Customer Experience Manager Libby Cupitt.
She says construction of the Vineyard Suites is happening offsite, with the first five now being installed at the property, and the experience will be exceptional.
“Relaxation, wining, and dining will be the focus, with all the suites located a stone’s throw from the restaurant, bar and cellar door facilities,” she says.
“In addition, guests will enjoy in-house dining, a well-stocked cocktail bar, and delicious produce hamper for their stay.”
Libby says guests will enjoy more than just the convenience of having endless artisan products and quality hospitality service at their fingertips, with original art pieces curated by internationally acclaimed Van Rensburg Galleries featuring in every luxury accommodation suite, and the option to bathe outdoors in a bath overlooking the dazzling view of the Estate in selected suites.
Cupitt’s Estate is known for its small batch wines, for which the grapes are sourced from cool climate regions across New South Wales and Victoria, including Hilltops, Tumbarumba, Orange, the Yarra Valley and Canberra District, along with craft beers, cheese, hampers and the fantastic on-site restaurant.
“Sourcing our grapes from the best regions across the country allows us to produce a range of European varieties with grapes that are grown in optimal conditions to enhance their innate structure, complexities and palate profiles,” says Cupitt’s Estate Head Winemaker, Wally Cupitt.
“The grapes find their way to our winery on the South Coast of NSW and the result is a comprehensive line up of beautiful boutique, small-batch European wines that celebrate character and distinction.”
When it comes to brews, expect great things from the core range, which includes the Milton Pilsner, Ulladulla IPA, Mollymook Pale Ale and our favourite, the South Coast Session Ale.