The Ultimate Wine Lovers Weekend

Explore the tastes of the Eden Valley, Barossa with Hutton Vale Farm, Yalumba, Flaxman Wines and Henschke.

Experience a weekend of luxury with four of Eden Valley’s finest wineries. Available for groups of two or four people.

Henschke, Hutton Vale Farm, Flaxman Wines and Yalumba have banded together and collated their very best customer experiences to form the ultimate wine lovers’ weekend.

“A quite wonderful weekend in the Barossa. Every vineyard was welcoming and each had their very own personality and style. The food was wonderful and the accommodation was out of this world. Often weekends away don’t live up to expectations, but this one surpassed expectation by miles.”
Ultimate weekend Guest, September 2023

The Ultimate Luxury
Escape for two or four.

What to expect:

Day 1:  Welcome, Hutton Vale Farm tasting and overnight at the J.H.A. Stone Cellar

Arrive Friday afternoon and be welcomed by a member of the family to the luxurious J.H.A. Stone Cellar on Hutton Vale Farm. A little time to settle in and enjoy the view, before a tour across the farm countryside on your way to a special tasting of Hutton Vale Farm’s fine wines in their relaxing cellar door. Collect your generous Barossa dinner from the farm kitchen, before returning to your villa to dine with a bottle of Hutton Vale Farm wine relaxed by the fire or outdoors under the night sky (all inclusive).

Day 2: Angaston Village, Henschke tasting, lunch @ Flaxman Wines, overnight at J.H.A Stone Cellar

Take a short trip to Angaston for a true village experience of artisan family businesses. Saturday morning is full of fresh produce at the Barossa Farmers market with up to 80 stall holders sharing what they grow and make.

Henschke will send a car with your personal host to collect you at 10:30am from your accommodation for a guided tour of the vineyard and winery, then enjoy a wine tasting in the beautiful, refurbished Cellar Door.

At 1pm you will enjoy lunch at Flaxman Wines cooked by winemaker and Masterchef top 10 finalist, Colin Sheppard consisting of seasonal produce served alongside Flaxman Wines.

In the evening you will return to the J.H.A. Stone Cellar to enjoy your farmers market fare for light supper after your long afternoon lunch. Sit and enjoy the views and fire with wine from the day.

Day 3: DIY brekkie, Yalumba Tasting

Sunday morning will start with breakfast from your complimentary breakfast provisions provided before departing the J.H.A. Stone Cellar.

After a leisurely start to the day you will visit Yalumba at 12 noon for the ‘unlocked’ wine tasting in the Wine Room. Surrounded by beautiful gardens you will find the perfect spot to sit in this historic winery with a tasting platter and glass of wine.

At 1pm, you have the option to call into the old Angaston railway station now given new life as the Barossa Activity Station, have a coffee at Casa Carboni, or shop the main street before driving home through the scenic Adelaide Hills.

  • 2 nights’ premium accommodation including breakfast provisions.
  • Arrive from Adelaide flying over the vineyards in a Cessna aircraft landing directly onto the property’s airstrip, surrounded by the famous Eden Valley of the Barossa vineyards.
  • Return in a chauffeured vehicle, taking a scenic road through the Barossa hills to Adelaide.
  • A generous hamper of Barossa produce.
  • A bottle of Hutton Vale Farm’s Shiraz and Riesling.
  • Private wine tasting.
  • Nature experience on our private walking trail.

Just over an hours’ drive from Adelaide, you will find yourself in the beautiful Eden Valley.
This map showcases the close proximity of the wineries you will experience during your weekend.

This weekend is hosted by


Henschke is recognised for its rich heritage, innovative spirit and commitment to handcrafting exceptional wines for over 150 years. The Henschke family grapegrowing and winemaking tradition spans six generations, from sustainably grown vineyards in the Eden Valley, Barossa Valley and Adelaide Hills.

Enjoy a morning exploring over 150 years of family winemaking history at Henschke with your own personal host, including transfers from your J.H.A. Stone Cellar accommodation. Visit one of Henschke’s most renowned vineyards, Mount Edelstone, originally planted in 1912 by Ronald Angas, before tasting the distinguished single-vineyard wine from these Centenarian vines in the intimate surrounds of the Henschke Cellar Door. Watched over by portraits of Henschke forebears, feel the connection to the six generations of family who have contributed to the success of Henschke as you are guided through a structured tasting within the stone walls of the original 1860s Grain Barn. Tour the family’s historical working winery to gain a better appreciation of how the Henschke wines you love have been skilfully crafted through the generations in the Eden Valley region since 1868.

Hutton Vale Farm

Hutton Vale Farm is set amidst an impressive natural Barossa landscape. Pioneers of the region, the Angas family produce fine wine, exceptional on-farm accommodation, quality wool, free-range natural pasture lamb and hand-made artisan produce.

Hutton Vale Farm is an award-winning boutique wine producer from its Eden Valley vineyard growing classic varieties; Riesling, Shiraz, Grenache and Cabernet Sauvignon. The old vines were originally sourced from some of Australia’s oldest plantings.

Hutton Vale Farm was first established in 1843 by John Howard Angas. The Stone Cellar accommodation honours his name, with his initials, J.H.A.

Flaxman Wines

Fi & Col Sheppard established Flaxman Wines in 2004 when they purchased the property and made the vine-change move across from Melbourne.

Their vineyard sits in the very beautiful and picturesque Eden Valley in the Barossa and includes 3 acres of Riesling, 2.5 acres of Shiraz and 1/2 acre of Semillon, all planted in 1929.

For Colin and Fiona Sheppard, a desire to combine their passion for food and wine has led them to create a world-class boutique wine and food experience for their visitors to enjoy.


Yalumba has been fiercely independent, family-owned winemakers since 1849, showcasing the best of the Barossa. For six generations Yalumba has embraced the magnificent unknown, letting the land lead the way, and growing vines with as little interference as possible. Yalumba started with the planting of vines in 1849, by founder Samuel Smith. Under the moonlight, in the heart of the Barossa, he set in place not just the first of many generations of vines, but a philosophy that still holds true today. A genuine respect for the land and a willingness to venture into the unknown.

Yalumba has always had a deep connection to the Barossa. The long-term vision is manifested in the marble and sandstone Clocktower; a solid monument to their commitment to the region. The Yalumba Cooperage also shows this passion – where the proud tradition of crafting oak barrels in continued and the only one of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere.