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Wednesday, 14th November 2018
The best value reds in the world are the full flavoured Shiraz’s of South Australia. And to go one step further, those that will never let you down are the big reds of the Barossa Valley. In my view they are worth paying that little extra. The three on offer are guaranteed. .. more...
Saturday, 10th November 2018
The Langhorne Creek Shiraz is back so I promptly gave it a weekend opening price. Though a trip to the sublime and a slight notch up in price is the Bin 642, a discovery of mine. You are purchasing a monumental wine of great distinction. .. more...
Friday, 9th November 2018
Do not miss out on the Bin 642 as it’s a major effort. The other Friday special comes from a Glug stuff-up. Wrong label and these have all been altered by hand so it’s a 2016 not the 2012 which sold out months ago. .. more...

Muscular Dominant Big Stuff
Region:Barossa Valley
I selected the biggest ripest wine I was offered. You have plenty of Cabernets from Margaret River, Coonawarra and the Yarra Valley being offered or already in your cellar but you do not have a Cabernet like this. As expressed many times I am not a believer in the idea that each variety reaches it maximum point of  more detail...
A Taste Of Southern Europe In Your Home
Region:Barossa Valley
Italy and the islands in the Mediterranean are the home for this variety. I have been tracking Verementino for 30 years and any fault I detected was never been the variety only the winemaking. That cheap white you had on Corsica was likely made from Vermentino.

At Glug we are wary of fads but go a long way  more detail...
Miracle To Preserve The Difference
Region:Barossa Valley
Heritage varieties, older well established varieties and newly arrived varieties are all part of the Australian vineyard landscape. Perhaps we should add another category being those no longer wanted and now part of history. Judgement, be careful with judgements as how the wheel can turn. Only a few years back the  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.'
Captures The Coast
Region:Limestone Coast, SA

I must praise the winemakers for these Kincraig triumphs. These great wines capture the maritime weather of the Limestone Coast.

The Limestone Coast is a low lying coastal flat with only gentle rises thus the cooling winds of the Great Southern Ocean can blow well inland, even to the northern  more detail...
Gives the Full Flavoured Joy of the Barossa
Region: Barossa Valley
I well recall the First Grandma Shiraz, a 2001 vintage which we acquired from the Rolf Binder winery in the Barossa Valley, though Benjamin knew the wine well as he had worked with the wine in each barrel.

It was in fact the first premium wine we acquired and thus marks the start of our journey with  more detail...
Deep Rich Full Bodied
Region: Barossa Valley

Crayford is a classic range of 100% Barossa Valley wines, meaning they display bold, rich flavours made without tricks, offering what the majority of customers expect, deep colours with Barossa warmth. They became an early part of our catalogue with the first being a Shiraz Mataro 2007 and a Barossa Sangiovese  more detail...

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