Explore Eden Valley

Eden Valley is the Barossa's beautiful high country, and home to some of our region's most historic winemaking families

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Imagine waking up in a luxury villa with views from your bed across the hills of Eden Valley,  Barossa’s high country , before being picked up to explore over 150 years of family winemaking history, served lunch by a renowned winemaker and Masterchef finalist and finishing the weekend off with a tour and tasting at Australia’s most historic family owned winery…


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. 

The accommodation is in the J.H.A. Stone Cellar, located on Hutton Vale Farm and set amidst the tranquil, rural Barossa landscape. A luxury two-bedroom, stand-alone villa, the J.H.A Stone Cellar is complete with warming fire, underfloor heating, ensuite bathrooms and additional outdoor shower.

The morning after your arrival, after a visit to the local farmers market, you will explore over 150 years of family winemaking history at Henschke with your own personal host, including transfers from your 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.

Upon arrival at Flaxman Wines at 1pm, you will be given a tour of the vineyards before sitting down to a three-course lunch cooked by Colin Sheppard, owner, winemaker and Masterchef top 10 finalist, served alongside current release Flaxman Wines.

For your final morning, after a relaxing sleep in, you will complete your weekend with a tour and tasting at Australia’s most historic family-owned winery, Yalumba. A visit to Yalumba’s tasting room will see their Wine Room Ambassador guide you through Yalumba’s fine wines and introduce you to the Yalumba story. Finally, you will enjoy a platter of artisanal produce on the stunning grounds or in the signature wine room. 

Cost per person for two people $825

Cost per person for four people $725


Acknowledgement of Country —

The Barossa is located on the traditional lands of the Ngadjuri, Peramangk and Kaurna people