The first Red Barn was a Barossa Shiraz Cabernet 2008. There have been many since.
While we stay true to keeping separate the many different vineyard wines at times we are overwhelmed, and it is best to blend many tiny amounts into one larger lot to make space. That is the simple idea behind the Stonevale Red Barn. Premium wine that can be a blend of Barossa and Eden Valley which is then offered at attractive prices.
The symbol we choose is the traditional house and barn which was built in the Barossa Valley from the 1840s to 1890s. Many still survive. Along the western half of the valley there are outcrops of a tough, hard rock made from coarse sand and iron rich cement. This was dug up in slabs like layers of a concrete path and used as the building material. The iron cement gives the building a red colour, hence Red Barn and good examples of these buildings are found in the Stonevale area which is near Seppeltsfield.
Expect a full rich traditional wine of the style you would expect from Glug.