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Hutton Vale Farm

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. 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.

Hutton Vale Farm is an award-winning boutique wine producer; the Riesling, Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache vines are taken from some of Australia’s oldest plantings. In 1987, John Duval, then Penfold’s Grange winemaker, mentored the Angas family in making their first wine, to help them to appreciate the fruit they were growing.

 

The quality and intensity of colour and flavour of the grapes were powerful factors in their conviction to begin making small batch wines. John Duval was also convinced and continues to purchase parcels of fruit for his own label.