Victoria’s Wine Down Pop-Up hotel returns to the vineyards

Victoria is calling all wine-lovers to sleep among the vines as the travelling Wine Down Pop-Up hotel returns this autumn.

From 29 March to 26 April, the Wine Down Pop-Up hotel will offer a bespoke stay at Morning Peninsula’s Montalto and sister estate Tucks. Then from 5 May to 2 June, it will find a home at Rutherglen’s All Saints Estate.

Guests will sleep in one of two beautifully upcycled shipping containers complete designer finishes and luxury ensuites. Inside, you’ll find a queen-sized bed, a “taste-of-the-region” minibar and floor-to-ceiling bi-folds that open onto a sheltered deck.

You’ll even have your own private pizza oven and a breakfast hamper to wake up to.

Better yet, the Wine Down Pop-Up is designed to have zero impact on the environment, meaning you can stay guilt-free.

Each temporary location comes with its own unique experiences. In Mornington Peninsula’s Red Hill, guests have the option to explore the estate’s Sculpture Trail or dine at The Piazza or the Montalto restaurant.

While in Rutherglen, guests can hire bikes to ride the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail or become a ‘Winemaker for a Day’ at All Saints Estate which includes a vineyard tour, private tasting and a three-course lunch at Terrace Restaurant.

After Victoria’s long lockdown, now more than ever is a great time to book a romantic holiday and support these regions. A short stay goes a long way. 

Rates start at $275 per night for Sunday to Thursday and $375 per night for Friday and Saturday.

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