The first Glaetzers settled in Australia’s Barossa Valley in 1888, after emigrating from Brandenburg, Germany, bringing with them a passion for winemaking. Over a century later, winemaking patriarch Colin Glaetzer established Glaetzer Wines.
From the warm, northern district of Ebenezer in the Barossa Valley, Shiraz vines up to 130-years-old produce concentrated grapes with depth of flavor and complexity. Ben Glaetzer, son of Colin, heads up the winemaking team today. He is committed to expressing the purity of fruit; using minimal intervention techniques, Ben produces ultra-premium wines that are unmistakably Barossan, yet markedly elegant.
2020 Wine Advocate Reviews (2018 Wines)
Introducing Ben Glaetzer’s The-Eye-Of-Ra
Press Reviews 2016 The Eye of Ra
2019 Wine Advocate Reviews 2017 Wines
2018 Wine Advocate Reviews 2016 Wines
2016 Amon-Ra 96 Points, Wine Advocate
2016 Anaperenna 96 Points, Wine Advocate
2016 Bishop 92 Points, Wine Advocate
2016 Wallace 91 Points, Wine Advocate