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We now source Barossa Cabernet from a number of vineyards so the Kitts Creek is a blend and is made to display Barossa warmth and ripeness and while I generally like this style when younger such is the pedigree of the Barossa it may be left in a cellar and will drink well for a very long time.
NEWSLETTERS
Wednesday, 18th May 2016
Out today is the next big bargain red, the Telegraph Road South Australian Classic Dry Red 2012, a Benjamin Parker creation. more...
Monday, 16th May 2016
The discovery of the Barossa Valley in late 1837 galvanised the property speculator Charles Flaxman to take his greatest gamble when he later tried to swallow the lot. As the years rolled on the productivity of the Barossa was very apparent as was its favourable climate for vines. more...
Saturday, 14th May 2016
Six great specials this weekend with the standout being the Darby Lane Chardonnay for $4.99 which becomes the new kitchen white. The Light and Finniss which has had this role for six weeks has been retired. more...
NEW WINES
Kitts Creek Barossa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
Barossa Warmth and Ripeness
Kitts Creek Barossa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
Region: Barossa Valley, SA
I belong in the camp that thinks Barossa Cabernet is one of Australia's great drinks. Cabernet Sauvignon ranks among the top three or four red varieties that are always worth drinking and many of the World’s greatest wines are made using this variety.
Not being suitable for fortified wines meant little  more detail...
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Telegraph Road South Australia Classic Dry Red 2012
The Next Big Bargain Red
Telegraph Road South Australia Classic Dry Red 2012
Region: South Australia
This is a fine effort by the winemaker Benjamin Parker and is the best Telegraph we have yet offered. The base comes from blends of Shiraz and Cabernet which were sourced from Langhorne Creek and Currency Creek.
Recall the long chain of hills and peaks known as the Mount Lofty Range separates vineyards  more detail...
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Goat Square Barossa Valley Shiraz 2014 (2nd Bottling)
Barossa Salt of the Earth
Goat Square Barossa Valley Shiraz 2014 (2nd Bottling)
Region: Barossa Valley, SA
This is quite a beautiful red with wonderful satisfying flavours. Ben and I are attracted to the primary flavours of youthful, rich, fleshy reds as long as the flavours are ripe and in particular the tannins are not obtrusive. Tannins can build in the wine in several ways. Continual pump-overs during  more detail...
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WORDS FROM DAVID FARMER
'At Glug we have a simple ethos of buying good wine no matter what it is called as the rule is – close your eyes, have a sip, if it tastes good who cares what it is called.'
BEST SELLERS
Harem 'Shazada' Barossa Valley Mataro Shiraz 2012
Serve from the Best Decanter
Harem 'Shazada' Barossa Valley Mataro Shiraz 2012
Region: Barossa Valley, SA
We purchased two Mataro's which had the quality to become the Sultan and left them to develop. At our last bench tasting neither was better than the other and we felt like bottling two Sultans. We settled for making a son of Sultan, 'Shazada', but to enhance the ripe features of this wine and move it further  more detail...
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Light & Finniss Currency Creek Barossa Valley Shiraz Cabernet 2012
Dual District Blend of Superb Quality
Light & Finniss Currency Creek Barossa Valley Shiraz Cabernet 2012
Region: Currency Creek / Barossa Valley
The winemaker Benjamin Parker picked up a mixed lot of 2012 reds and these have now been reworked to create several brilliant wines. I use the word brilliant to mean far more than the taste as creating a great taste is the easy part while the secret is keeping the cost down which is the hard  more detail...
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Borderland Estate Bush Telegraph South Australian Classic Dry Red 2010
Classic South Australian Dry Red
Borderland Estate Bush Telegraph South Australian Classic Dry Red 2010
Region: South Australia
This is the second and final bottling and as with everything the winemaker Ben Parker creates he has tinkered with the wine and it is different to the first bottling. Here is what I have been saying. 'In the late 1990s I became enthused by the variety Ruby Cabernet as I liked the rich, deep, vibrant colours and  more detail...
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