Hutton Vale

Hutton Vale Farm has been home to the Angas family since 1843. Their approach to caring for their vineyards is simple, respecting mother nature to yield only what the landscape and seasons allow. This unique Farm is 2000 acres of picturesque countryside in the north-eastern hills of Eden Valley, with the vineyards just a short distance to the south of Henschke’s famous ‘Hill of Grace’ and abutting the Mt. Edelstone vineyard.

The farm has produced a wide range of things since its inception, from fresh and dried fruit, to tobacco, sheep, cattle and grapes. Each generation has adapted to the changes of life around them, working hard over the last 170 years to promote and enhance the natural environment of the family farm. Being respectful of the authority of Mother Nature, and aiming for the farm’s produce to capture what the soils and the seasons will allow, has always been at the heart of the Angas philosophy. As sixth and seventh generations of the Angas family, John and Jan Angas along with their children Caitlin and Stuart are mindful of their stewardship of Hutton Vale Farm. Today, it is a mixed farming business on the original farm holdings, with produce grown in an ethical manner, with its origins in a very special corner of Eden Valley.

Eden Valley,
10°c - 24°c
34.6422° S
139.0981° E

Grenache Mataro
Cabernet Sauvignon

Stuart & Cait Angas

2021 vintage saw siblings Caitlin and Stuart Angas taking on the winemaking role of their Hutton Vale Farm wines under the watchful eye of friend and mentor Dan Standish.‘With vintages worked across the Barossa and McLaren Vale and many years of watching what Kym did with the fruit, the time had come for us to bring the winemaking of these wines back into the family’.Caitlin and Stu are heavily involved with the active vineyard management and the winemaking process to ensure a seamless integration, from vine to glass.

2017 Hutton Vale Riesling – 95 Points James Halliday
2016 Hutton Vale Grenache Mataro – 96 Points James Halliday
2016 Hutton Vale Cabernet Sauvignon – 94 Points James Halliday
2016 Hutton Vale Shiraz – 97 Points James Halliday