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Curtis Stone's Beverley Hills restaurant menu inspired by Hutton Vale Farm

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February 2020


Curtis Stone’s Beverley Hills restaurant menu inspired by South Australia's Hutton Vale Farm

The new seasonal menu at Maude, Curtis Stone’s Beverley Hills’ restaurant has been released and the spotlight is on South Australia with Barossa’s Hutton Vale Farm being the inspiration.

Hutton Vale farm is a mixed produce farm fun by the 6th and 7th generation Angas family, renowned for their fine wine, unique farm stay accommodation, quality wool, free-range natural pasture lamb and hand-made artisan produce. As the current custodians of the land, the Angas family run the farm in a sustainable manner, only taking what is absolutely necessary from the land to allow for future generations.

Curtis Stone visited the farm with his team from Maude in October last year and has lauded the trip;

“The penultimate afternoon of our stay in Barossa was at Hutton Vale [Farm] among grapes and merino sheep” wrote Curtis on his website for Maude.

“Our visit to Hutton Vale Farm provided us with inspiration for our South Australia menu” Maude posted on Facebook on the 12th February 2020.

Hutton Vale Farm has recently opened a 2-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom private villa on the property offering the ultimate farm stay experience. A private airstrip allows guest to arrive by road or by plane, directly onto the property’s airstrip. Guests are invited to order seasonal produce from the farm and a chef can be arranged to do all the cooking so guests can sit back, relax and enjoy the absolute best the Barossa has to offer.

 “By sharing our 176-year-old farm with visitors, we hope to introduce them to a sustainable life and bring them relaxation and happiness away from the stresses of city life,” John has commented.

“We offered Curtis the same hospitality that we offer to all our guests visiting the property and we are so pleased that he has taken this back to America to share our little piece of the world with his customers” John continued.

Listed as one of Expedia’s top sustainable South Australian food and wine companies, Hutton Vale Farm’s philosophy is to run each arm of the business in a sustainable manner while at the same time entwining them for a productive mixed farm.

Hutton Vale Farm J.H.A Stone Cellar is available now for bookings via and AirBnB.



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Hutton Vale Farm was first established in 1843 by John Howard Angas, known as J.H.A, during the early colonial period. Hutton Vale Farm is a mixed produce Farm run by the Angas family, who are renowned for their fine wines, quality wool, free-range natural pasture lamb raised on the farm and artisan chutneys hand made in the farm kitchen. Hutton Vale Farm is run ethically and sustainably by the sixth and seventh generation Angas family members, with the utmost care and respect given to the land, the animals and the produce, ensuring strong provenance and traceability in their products.