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Lately new wines are being bottled every week and I find this very exciting as the quality and flavour goes above and beyond the price you pay. I encourage you to grab your chances as they pass, inspect our New Release Wines today. David Farmer



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Wednesday 30th September 2020
We all start our wine journey with no understanding and slowly develop views and knowledge. That journey will differ with each country. Thus the wide differences between our likes, comparing say an Eastern European and an Australian will develop quite early... more...
Saturday 26th September 2020
I few days ago I had my second lunch for the year at Fino, Seppeltsfield in the Barossa Valley. A glass of Barossa Prosecco was followed by two flights, three whites and three reds. I’m not sure my guests were as excited about the wines as I was but I began bouncing in my seat with glee as the six wines, chosen by the restaurant, were outstanding... more...
Friday 25th September 2020
I have found wine delivers a journey that’s lasts a lifetime because it’s such an interesting and variable drink. I recall as a young man finding wine a bit intimidating and visiting a restaurant with a girlfriend and being passed the wine list was not an relaxing moment... more...


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NEW WINES
Strength Ripe And Rich
Region: Langhorne Creek, South Australia
The great English wine merchant Peter Bond Burgoyne did not buy wine from Langhorne Creek but he surely will be pleased we do because it is where we find top quality and keen prices. This wine is part of a collection of wines Benjamin purchased in mid 2018 which he bottles when he is happy they  more detail...
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One Of Three Trials Of G M and S
Region: South Australia
This is the final bottling of three interesting Trials which examined differences of Shiraz, Grenache and Cabernet as the percentage ratios were dramatically changed. I doubt you can argue one is better than the other. The role of wines like these is for good value daily consumption.

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From Rioja Spain To Barossa Valley
Region: Barossa Valley
A climate, similar to the Barossa is that of Rioja, Spain. It is natural then to plant varieties indigenous to this region in the Barossa Valley, and a few growers have thankfully planted Graciano trusting a few brave winemakers will buy the grapes. Graciano is described as having deep red colour, a strong aroma  more detail...
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GLUG OCTOBER WINE TASTING AND SALES EVENT
WORDS FROM DAVID FARMER
'We welcome any customer but you will enjoy the best of Glug if you like to see what nature brings. We make small batch lots, hence no two wines will be the same, as we are happiest when preserving the differences of wines. What we do best is buying at the farm gate and challenging our customers just a little with the many small variations we discover and create in our winemaking.'
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Famous Blend Of The 1970s
Region: Clare Valley, SA
Some regions fade from our thoughts and the most shocking must be Coonawarra. Another that has slipped into the background is the Clare Valley. As a youthful shopkeeper in the late 1970s I vividly recall the excitement we all felt about the release of the Stanley-Leasingham Bin wines each vintage.

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A Bunny Down On The Farm
Region: McLaren Vale, SA
There are unusual animals down on the farm and I am assured these animals are calm and healthy because they eat grapes and the left-over grape skins and pulp after fermentation. Who can say, though the idea is that life down on the farm is captured in the Restless wines. Village wines is a better term: bring  more detail...
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Good Vintage A Sleeper
Region: Barossa Valley, South Australia
This is the best Crayford Shiraz we have made. The first Crayford was the 2007, a Shiraz Mataro though we have not repeated this blend for many vintages. Crayford is about grape flavours with just a hint of mature oak, meaning the flavours of some barrel storage but not the flavours of new oak,  more detail...
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