John Howard Angas arrived in SA in 1843 and inter alia gave his name to Angaston, purchasing and developing significant farming property close to the still embryonic town. He named part of this Hutton Vale and it is this property that is now owned and occupied by his great-great-grandson John and wife Jan Angas. In 2012, the Angas family and Teusner Wines shook hands on a new partnership arrangement, under which the Angases grow the grapes and Kym Teusner is responsible for the winemaking, sales and marketing of Hutton Vale wines. The vineyards in question first caught Kym's attention when he was at Torbreck and he fulfilled a long-term ambition with the new agreement. Just when the future seemed assured, the vineyards were badly affected by a grass fire in August '14. While much of the vineyard has regenerated, some of the oldest grenache vines were completely destroyed, as were 55 of the magnificent 500-year-old gum trees that are part of the striking landscape of Hutton Vale. Small quantities of its wines are exported to the UK and China.
Hutton Vale Farm is one of Australia's oldest remaining working farms, step into the relaxed rhythms of farm life with 6th and 7th generations passionate about the food and wine they produce. Enjoy a generous farm style lunch based on the seasons and set in the beautiful walled gardens or the historic farm cellar. Hutton Vale Farm is celebrating it's 175th year in 2018 by launching our Diamond day immersive experience. For groups of 2 to 20, fly into our private airstrip amongst some of Australia's most famous vineyards, step off the private plane plane just meters from the cellar door to spend a day amongst the vines and in the cellar including lunch, a structured wine tasting and access to rare back vintage wines. Finally choose you own 6 bottle case of wines to take home, all inclusive from $880 per person.