Walk with two Barossa families – Henschke and Angas – and share the dedication, passion and respect evident in all they grow and make. Members of both clans will relax with you while traversing Hutton Vale Farm in the Barossa’s Eden Valley.
Esteemed local chef Mark McNamara is set join guests with a little sustenance at intervals along the five-kilometre stroll, then serve a generous Barossa lunch.
Your day will begin at Henschke’s historic Cellar Door in Keyneton. Meet the family at the heart of their winemaking establishment, then travel to Gnadenberg Church alongside the Hill of Grace vineyard. The Angas family will guide you over a gentle hill to Hutton Vale Farm’s classified Barossa Old Vine riesling vineyard; a tasting of region’s quintessential white wine awaits.
Next, enjoy a gentle amble to shiraz vines planted in 1912 by Ronald Angas – the fruit for Henschke Mount Edelstone and the beginning of these two families becoming entwined as neighbours, collaborators and friends.
The ultimate tasting awaits at the peak of Mt Edelstone with a shiraz trio of Hill of Grace, Hutton Vale Farm and Mount Edelstone – and 360-degree views of northern Eden Valley.
Wander back to Hutton Vale Farm’s courtyard for lunch with a special selection of family wines, conversation and new friends. This Tasting Australia experience offers a day living as a true Barossan.
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