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The Festival of Basket Range, Adelaide Hills, April 2018, with wine makers from the alternative or natural wine movement. They see things differently to the Glug team but it’s all the fun of the fair which is what makes wine so enjoyable.



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Wednesday, 16th May 2018
When you can buy wines of this standard, day in and day out, with never a mistake you drink better and win. Check the variety, the region, the price and the score and you are home. Easy as we do the thinking. .. more...
Saturday, 12th May 2018
How do you tell which wine is better? Well the test is hard as I am not sure. The Limestone Coast Cabernet is the known quantity whereas the other combines a South Australian Cabernet with the amazing Barossa Valley variety, Bonvedro from a younger vintage. Almost the same score yet $2 apart in price. .. more...
Friday, 11th May 2018
What you want is exciting, new wines presented to you daily. Yet the conventional method works the opposite way: long term planning with big volumes moving slowly along the distribution pipe line to shops. If however you make it, bottle it and sell directly to enthusiasts you can achieve what to-date has not been possible. So why not deliver a stream of unique creations, made in small amounts to thoughtful customers? Like the three offered here. .. more...


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Incredible Wine So Hard to Make
Region: Barossa Valley
Wonderful wine which again reminds us that not all whites should be sourced from cool regions. Semillon is a variety that can change colours making distinctive styles as far apart as the Hunter Valley, Margaret River and the Barossa Valley.

The Barossa is a warm region so as expected the wine is flavoured  more detail...
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Inspiration from Far Northern Barossa
Region: Barossa Valley
The last release of the Red Barn was in March, 2014 which was a Grenache Shiraz Mataro 2011; made from a trio of varieties which are of great interest to us.

They are what I term the heritage varieties and date back to the first plantings made in the 1840s though recall vineyards did not really expand to a  more detail...
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Old History Brought Alive
Region: Barossa Valley
The last release of the Red Barn was in March, 2014 which was a Grenache Shiraz Mataro 2011; made from a trio of varieties which are of great interest to us.

They are what I term the heritage varieties and date back to the first plantings made in the 1840s though recall vineyards did not really expand to a  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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The Heart Breaker
Region: Barossa Valley, SA

The Glug credo is to buy great wine when it is offered cheaply. I add that developing your range of tastes in measured amounts is the correct way forward. Thus this recent creation from Benjamin allows you to go deeply into the joys of Barossa Grenache with little riskas any genuine Barossa under $100 is a  more detail...
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Best Of The Cool Adelaide Hills
Region: Adelaide Hills, SA

This Stratus is the third release from the same source in the Adelaide Hills, a high altitude vineyard above the town of Woodside. To bring out the best of Sauvignon Blanc you need a cool climate and to get this coolness in Australia requires elevation or a southern cool region like Tasmania.
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Our Salt of the Earth
Region: Barossa Valley, SA
Developments are slow moving in the wine business as the single vintage a year and the need to build up stock from the first ideas takes a number of years. Last year we were able to introduce the first 'Ziegenmarkt' from thoughts that go back to 2010. The second vintage is now ready for your cellar. This is how  more detail...
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