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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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Cracking New Vintage
Region:Barossa Valley, South Australia

In any vintage we now handle many small parcels of Barossa Valley wine. These parcels reflect how the grapes blossomed during that vintage in that vineyard.

Similar but different is the best way to describe the tastes of a row of Barossa Shiraz from the same vintage with vineyards many  more detail...
First Vintage 2011 Tradition of Value
Region:Barossa Valley, South Australia

The first Bagot Station was a Shiraz 2011 and most years we release one or two reds.

Our stocks of Barossa reds continue to grow and cover many varieties and vintages. The Bagot Station brand is used to balance these stocks. This means each wine will be different, though true to the  more detail...
At Last the Rise of Langhorne Creek
Region:Langhorne Creek, South Australia

Why is it that a district that makes excellent wines fails to gain consumer recognition?

The first vines were planted in Langhorne Creek in the late 1850s some twenty years after McLaren Vale so it has history. Nothing happened till the 1970s when the German winemaker Wolf Blass, a man  more detail...
Exploring the First Jacobs Creek of 1973
Region:South Australia

Benjamin at his best with another contender for Glug best value red. Glug has the view that how a winery should be judged depends as much on the output of Kitchen or BBQ wines as it does on fine wines.

The two inspirations are the first Orlando Jacobs Creek 1973 released in 1976 and the reply from  more detail...
Durif Calls Barossa Home
Region:Barossa Valley, South Australia

The more reds we make with Barossa Valley Durif the more comfortable we become in saying, it has a long future in the valley. Perhaps not surprising as Durif is close genetically to Shiraz the favoured Barossa variety.

We may think of varieties as having an ancient history and while  more detail...
Durif Forms a Natural Partner with Shiraz
Region:Barossa Valley, South Australia

Shiraz defines the Barossa Valley and varies enough between vineyards and the different approaches of winemakers to provide consumers with endless variations. Additional facets of the variety can be highlighted when Shiraz is blended with several other varieties. Mataro is one perfect partner  more detail...
The Little Fellow Who Fights On
Region:South Australia

The little fellow has moved up a division in the fighting stakes and while not a Barossan is beginning to push his weight around.

This is the eleventh bottling, all are slightly different as Benjamin works his way towards perfecting the house red.

The base is a superb batch of Cabernet with  more detail...
Ideal Barossa Blend 1980s Origin
Region:Barossa Valley, South Australia

The winemaker Benjamin Parker has been experimenting with Barossa blends since the start of Glug in 2004 though in a more detailed manner since 2010. These evolved into Trial Bins and the best have been bottled since 2016.

The Three Hares developed from these Trials and focusses on  more detail...
Combining Three Heritage Varieties
Region:Barossa Valley, South Australia

The Three Hares range of Barossa reds developed from the many Grenache Shiraz Mataro blends that Glug has released since 2005.

What has been recognised is that there is no single blend which best shows for each vintage the beauty of how these three varieties enhance each other. Tastes  more detail...
'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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