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Temple Bruer - Cuvée Brut 2021 Temple Bruer - Cuvée Brut 2021

Temple Bruer - Cuvée Brut 2021

Bask in the joyful fizz that tickles your inner sophistication

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$20.00
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Type:Sparkling

Varietal:Chenin Blanc

Unit Size:750ml

Alcohol Volume:12%

Region:Langhorne Creek

Country:Australia

Tasting Notes

Pale straw colour. A nose lifted with yellow and green apples, pears, coconut and lime; followed by a palate of jasmine, passionfruit and green figs. Balanced with notes of lemon curd and quince. The palate has a chalky texture followed by a high acid line. The bubble is tight, firm and persistent which enhances the texture and delicate fruit of this wine.

Technical Info

Brand:Temple Bruer

Closure:Screwcap

Organic Certification:NAASA - 5435P

Country of Origin:Australia

Serving Temperature:7-9°C

Drink By:2029

Winemaking Style:Modern

Winemaking:The grapes were cooled and pressed where only the free run was used for this wine. The juice was cold settled for two days, racked and inoculated and fermentation commenced. Fermentation lasted for 3.5 weeks at 13˚C. The wine then went through malolactic fermentation. It was then left on lees for an extended period to provide and increase the texture into the wine.

Viticulture:The Chenin Blanc comes from Temple Bruer’s inaugural vineyard in Langhorne Creek, which has fertile soils that are predominantly deep, alluvial sandy loams with self-mulching clays. The vineyard was planted from 1981 and the chenin blanc was planted in 1996.

Food Pairing:Garlic parmesan white beans, fish meunière, oysters Rockefeller, grilled snapper, prawn cocktail, smoked salmon canapés

Taste Profile

Light

Full Body

Dry

Sweet

Fruity

Savoury

Acidity

Temple Bruer

Temple Bruer, located in Langhorne Creek, South Australia, is an iconic name in the Australian wine industry and was established in 1972 by David and Lorraine Bruer. Since the beginning, they have been at the forefront of these environmentally conscious practices, setting an example for the industry. Their vineyards are alive with diverse wildlife and host beautiful natural wetlands, showcasing their dedication to ecological preservation. From their classic red varietals to the ever-popular Sauvignon Blanc, their wines consistently exhibit exceptional quality and character. They were one of the first Australian wineries to use Tetra Pak cartons for their wines.

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