The Angas family, which has been farming the rolling countryside between the Barossa Valley and the Mount Lofty Ranges for over 170 years, is now offering visitors a rare opportunity to experience life on their historic rural property, Hutton Vale.
Celebrated for its fine wool, free-range lamb and pork and artisan food products, such as pickles and preserves, Hutton Vale is also an award-winning boutique wine producer; its Riesling, Shiraz, Cabernet and Grenache vines are taken from some of Australia’s oldest plantings.
In collaboration with The Tailor, John and Jan Angas, sixth generation Barossan farmers, are opening the doors of this magnificent 2000-acre property, providing guests with a hands-on experience of life on the land. Activities include a nature walk in the hills, a structured wine tasting, fruit picking and a magnificent farmhouse lunch.
Guests can choose from a one-day package at Hutton Vale Farm, including morning tea, guided walks, lunch and a take-home pantry pack, or a more elaborate two-day package, with a number of additional activities, including experiences at a selection of quality wineries in the Barossa region.
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