Region: Hunter Valley.
Glenguin Estate was first planted in 1988 and is close to the village of Broke in the Hunter Valley, home of Australia’s two oldest wine styles made from Semillon and Shiraz. Glenguin is pioneering the ancient classic grape from the Basque southwest of France called Tannat, which is ideally suited to our terroir. Glenguin Estate was established by the Tedder family and Robin Tedder is one of Australia’s 15 qualified Masters of Wine. Robin is assisted in the vineyard by viticulturist Klaus Hahn and in the winery by consulting oenologist Rhys Eather. In a world of simple fruity wines made in industrial quantities the Tedder family sets out to demonstrate that, with low yields of fruit from hand tended vines, it is possible to make exciting balanced wines that speak of whence they came. Wines that are mouthwatering to drink and complementary with food.
Hunter Valley, NSW