Hutton Vale, the home of premium produce, has been part of the Angas family’s farming enterprise since the European settlement of South Australia.
John Angas, a sixth generation custodian, with his wife Jan, continue the mixed farm with an environmentally sustainable philosophy; running the businesses of wine grape growing, merino sheep for wool and white Suffolk cross lambs for meat and cereal cropping.
For nearly two decades they have also had a range of their primary produce available on the paddock to plate model; estate wines, handmade chutneys, lamb at the farmer’s market and restaurants (including Appellation) and select seasonal vegetables from the garden.
John and Jan warmly welcome you to their home, a reflection of this region's history as well as the operations of today.
These personal and private tastings show their values and commitment to quality and flavour in balance with environmental responsibility to the future.
Enjoy a personal tasting and tour with John illustrating the story of Hutton Vale. Walk through the walled gardens whilst tasting current releases of four estate grown wines all made from dry grown premium parcels of fruit from the Hutton Vale vineyard. Jan will also talk you through a tasting of the four varieties of handmade Farm Follies chutneys and other seasonal specialties with Barossa bread.