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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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Glug Are Huge Fans of Eden Valley Wines
Region:Eden Valley, South Australia

The great winemaker Max Schubert was very fond of wines from the EdenValley, since being higher in altitude than the Barossa Valley the fruit takes on a different complexion. He found a portion blended into his great Penfolds house styles lifted the complexity and particularly the  more detail...
Durif with the Barossa Weather - Perfection
I had no knowledge of Durif before opening a liquor store in 1975 as that's when a small group of customers approached me to stock Durif and told me I would find the best wines in Rutherglen. They were more than ardent supporters of Durif, showing a passion like those followers of a secret cult. After a time, I also became a convert as the variety  more detail...
Perfectly Suits the Historic Barossa Taste
There are likely 10,000 wine grape varieties and perhaps several thousand of these are regularly used to make table wines. A far smaller number are the staple varieties grown across Australia. Then there are perhaps another 100 varieties in Australia that have devoted fans which we should all support as they add interest to our  more detail...
Alternative Variety Shines in Historic Region
Region:Eden Valley, South Australia

While the Eden Valley vineyards of Pewsey Vale date back to the 1860s, with the exception of Henschke, the Eden Valley has not won favour with consumers.

In my shop retailing days we tried hard to lift the profile of Tollana Eden Valley, yet even though the wines were at good prices they  more detail...
Fabulous Drink Full of Goodness
Observing the buying preferences of customers for decades teaches retailers that many red drinkers like full bodied, yet softer wines that display ripe flavours. This is also the preference of Glug which is why we located the business in the Barossa Valley in 2004.

Making enjoyable reds with full, ripe flavours likely makes the Barossa  more detail...
Recall this is Henschke Country
The importance of the Eden Valley for red wines has been understood since the 1950s.

Being higher than the Barossa Valley the temperature is cooler in the evenings and the picking time later than the Barossa Valley. The wines in turn do not reach the enormous proportions of the Valley and are noted for different aromas and longer length of  more detail...
Sublime Beauty from Eden Valley
Region:Eden Valley, South Australia

Henschke, Sons of Eden, Poonawatta and several others prove beyond doubt that reds from Eden Valley reach heights as great as any made in Australia.

Eden Valley is to the east and south of the Barossa Valley and is higher and drier. Add in ripening warmth of the grapes and exciting wines  more detail...
In Praise of Barossa Mataro
Region:Barossa Valley, South Australia

It is right to bring new or alternative varieties to Australia and it also makes sense to praise what we have grown for 150 years. Mataro makes great to profound wines and is finest when ripened in a warm country or region. Mataro from the Barossa Valley is world class.

Prior to the  more detail...
Durif Adds Magic
Region:Barossa Valley, South Australia
The art of blending is to make additions to an attractive base wine to enhance particular features, like the aroma or the body weight, so that the final wine is more complex.

At Glug we are now convinced that Durif has a role in many of the styles we wish to make. Durif is a nice fit with  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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