Like many in the wine trade Glug associates the mystery of wine and its flavours with the geography and the specific location in which the vines grow. Indeed, the exploration of geography and site specific influences is a recreational past time at Glug.
These ideas are captured in the French term terroir. Years back we found an English word that dates to the C16, seldom used, and means the influence of place or terrene. It was not of course used back then to talk about wine. We trademarked the idea though never released a wine. To protect our trademark, we need to show usage.
Alas this is a blend of leftovers and is a QDR or quaffing dry red. Still any wine from the Glug stable is a good drink so a wine to have hanging around but not the centre piece on the dining table.
The wine to pour when you are working the back-yard BBQ. Naturally made from warm climate fruit which is how we like them.