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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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NEW WINES
Benjamin Parker Discovery
The Squire is a high quality example of the best of Clare and by all measures shows how under-priced the best reds of Clare are when measured against global peers. If this wine was from the fabled Rhone Valley it would have $45 on the price sticker. A good reason to stick to buying local reds. The Squire is a Benjamin Parker  more detail...
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9th Vintage Release of Grandma
This 2016 is the 6th Grandma Shiraz and like the Cabernet focusses on sourcing from all of the Barossa rather than a tiny local sub-region. It is after all our tribute to all of the German pioneers that have made the Barossa Valley such a unique part of the Australian wine landscape.

This how the first Grandma Raethel Shiraz came about from  more detail...
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Small Batch - Hand Bottled
The Farmers and Growers range includes this Ploughman, the Smithy and Wheatsheaf and are built upon the many years of retailing which proved that all customers have a need for small batch bottlings of varietal wines that sit comfortably under $10.

Recall Glug does not make large volumes of wine, most being well under 100 cases.  more detail...
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9th Vintage Release of Grandma
Barossa Valley Cabernet deserves a far higher rating than it currently receives.

Back in the 1950s and 1960s Barossa Cabernets were rated as some of the country’s best wines though these days fine Cabernets are more often associated with cooler climate regions. Cabernet ripens well across a wide spectrum and think of the Lakes Folly  more detail...
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Younger Can be Better - Try One
Moving to the Barossa Valley in 2004 has been the correct move with one of the many benefits being attuning to the moods of nature since you quickly understand how this flows rapidly back to the quality of the wine.

Another move came in 2015 when I purchased my residence which is among the vineyards in the location called Vine  more detail...
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Fifth Release Depth and Richness
Finally the 2017 Ziegenmarkt is in bottle and ready to add to your collection.

The first Goat Square Shiraz was 2006 and the 2017 is the twelfth vintage though it was not till the 2013 vintage that the first Ziegenmarkt appeared.

While the grapes are handled the same way in the winery in any vintage local parts of most vineyards just  more detail...
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Sit Back Let the Pleasure Take Over
Settling in the Barossa Valley in 2004 was the correct move as the beauty of the wines, vintage after vintage, confirms we are not wasting our energies. Max Schubert at Penfolds long ago proved this and many since have built on this foundation.

Even so as producers we compete in an active field of competitors across Australia and they have  more detail...
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Orlando Cabernets of the 1950s Reborn
The growth of the Australian table wine industry since the 1960s reads like a wonder story.

Cabernet was one of two major varieties (Chardonnay the other) in short supply when the table wine boom began in the 1960s. While plantings increased, they were pushed to a higher level in the 1980s such was the demand.

Many of these new  more detail...
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Barossa Neighbour - Higher and Cooler
The great Max Schubert liked to include up to 20% of Eden Valley wines in his red blend trials that went from the 1950s to the 1970s. Large plantings date to the 1970s and at least one company Tollana built an impressive portfolio around Eden valley reds and whites.

The first Parawatta red was a Shiraz 2011 though we have skipped vintages  more detail...
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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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