Hutton Vale Farm wine tasting & walking kitchen garden tour - Eden Valley, Barossa

$45.00

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Hutton Vale Farm is sustainably focused, mixed produce farm run by the 6th and 7th generation Angas Family. The sustainable farm is located near the township of Angaston in the Eden Valley, Greater Barossa region. Your wine tasting will be with a member of the Angas Family and include a detailed tasting of Hutton Vale Farm’s premium wines followed by a kitchen garden tour. Please Check Description Tab Below

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Hutton Vale Farm | wine tasting | walking kitchen garden tour

Hutton Vale Farm is set amidst an iconic Barossa landscape. Pioneers of the region, establishing the farm in 1843, the Angas family are custodians of this land; renowned for their fine wine, quality wool, free-range natural pasture lamb and hand-made artisan produce. Hutton Vale Sustainable Farm’s vineyards and wines have been bestowed with top awards including 98 points by James Halliday and the world’s best Shiraz (twice).

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What is Included:

  • A tasting of Hutton Vale Farm’s premium, single vineyard wines
  • A tour of the farm garden
  • Introduction to the local produce
  • Visit to the farm kitchen
  • Showcase of the farm’s produce including handmade chutneys

Hutton Vale Farm wine tasting and walking garden Tour

What is Available:

What is Required:

Please allow 60 minutes for your tasting and tour

Children under 10 are welcome to join the tour free of charge and wine tasting open to those 18+ only.

Please note you may be greeted by two friendly dogs and advise should you prefer them to be keep indoors.

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Hutton Vale Farm was first established in 1843 by John Howard Angas, known as J.H.A, during the early colonial period. He was only 19 when he arrived in the Barossa, sent by his father from England, to oversee the family’s agriculture properties. Sustaining the new settlers of South Australia with food was part of his charter and it was on Hutton Vale Farm that he established his prized studs and mixed farm produce. He went on to become one of the largest land owners in the colony.

 

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