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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

Friday, 30th August 2019
Glug is a Barossa Valley focussed winery so it is natural those who favour high quality, warm climate reds will become customers. All Australian regions have similar supporters who swear that the wines from the region they adore are the best. Because there must be truth in all these opinions, we do encourage customers to buy from a range of regions, and this is the theme for today. Here are three I find give satisfaction. .. more...
Wednesday, 28th August 2019
The highest-ranking local wine region is the Barossa Valley. The Barossa is also at the top when overseas consumers are asked to name an Australian region. Yet the region receives no more publicity than many others, so I assume this recognition is created by memories of the unusual richness of the taste. The owner of Seppeltsfied in the Barossa now owns 20% of the Barossa vineyards, calling it; Australia’s premier winemaking region. .. more...
Saturday, 24th August 2019
Vintages do matter even for budget wines, particularly reds which need flavour depth for taste satisfaction. We like the wines of 2018 then ask customers so search among those collecting bottle age like the Ploughman and the Wheatsheaf, both of which we have been making for over a decade. .. more...

High Value For Money Ratio
Region: Barossa Valley, SA
For this Barossa blend the winemakers have returned to the Australian tradition of matching Shiraz with Cabernet. This historical blend likely has no particular starting date though Yalumba have been supporters since the 1940s.

Penfolds have also used the blend from the experimental wines of the 1950s  more detail...
New Release
Region: Barossa Valley, SA
We make and purchase a lot of Barossa Valley Mataro. To build the flavours in Mataro we appreciate, requires a long, warm ripening cycle and for this the Barossa and Clare Valleys are the best. Mataro takes all of Summer and into Autumn to ripen and is one of the last varieties picked. This has an advantage  more detail...
Heritage Varieties Offer Complexity And Warmth
Region: Barossa Valley, SA
We began using Mataro in the Goat Square wines with a blend of Mataro, Grenache and Shiraz in 2006 and again in 2008. The first 100% varietal Mataro was the 2010 and this was repeated in 2012 and 2014. A serious Barossa Valley producer must have Mataro in the range as it is one of the three original heritage  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.'
Exciting New Release
Region: Barossa Valley
When I began selling wine in 1975 it was not easy to locate and thus stock a range of 100% Barossa Valley Shiraz. The Barossa was a centre for wine production for large companies, Seppelts, Penfolds, Hardys, Yalumba, Gramps -Orlando, Kaiser Stuhl and others a bit smaller like Saltrams, Tollana and later Peter  more detail...
Rich Value For Money Reds
Region: South Australia
The search never ends for the ‘holy grail’ of wine which is full flavoured red that sells for a good price.

Impossible to provide but the idea is having a Grange in your glass every night. So we search high and low and get as close as we can. By far the best chances for making such a wine is from a  more detail...
Wonderful Country For Cabernet
Region: Limestone Coast, SA
Back in the years 1999-2003 I drove every road and track that criss-crossed this vast plain in the south east corner of South Australia that we wine folk refer to as the Limestone Coast. I visited every vineyard though no doubt a few more have been planted.

Because it is such a vast area you will  more detail...

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