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Temple Bruer - Mataro Shiraz Grenache 2021 Temple Bruer - Mataro Shiraz Grenache 2021

Temple Bruer - Mataro Shiraz Grenache 2021

Our heritage Australian blend.

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Temple Bruer - Mataro Shiraz Grenache 2021
Temple Bruer - Mataro Shiraz Grenache 2021
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Varietal:Mataro Shiraz Grenache

Unit Size:750ml

Alcohol Volume:14%



Tasting Notes

Aromas of cranberries and plums, cherry, violets, cinnamon and black pepper. A balanced medium to full palate, with lots of fruit weight and fine tannins.

Technical Info

Brand:Temple Bruer


Organic Certification:NASAA - 5435P

Country of Origin:Australia

Serving Temperature:18-20°C

Drink By:2031

Winemaking Style:Modern

Harvest:Shiraz and Grenache were picked the same day in the cool of the morning. The Mataro was the last variety picked in the Riverland for the vintage.

Winemaking:Shiraz and Grenache were de-stemmed only and chilled further to cold soak for a few days to enhance fruit flavour. The fermentation commenced and lasted 14 days. For Mataro much the same fermentation conditions were undertaken as the Shiraz and Grenache. The wine then underwent malolactic fermentation and saw 20% equiv. French oak until it was blended and bottled in early July. No sulphur dioxide was added to this wine at any point.

Viticulture:Loxton North is home to a small, beautiful Temple Bruer vineyard with 50-year-old shiraz and grenache vines.

Food Pairing:Lentil and mushroom stew, lamb shoulder roast, beef bourguignon, grilled venison, BBQ spare ribs, wild mushroom risotto, spicy Moroccan lamb tagine, blackened Cajun chicken, grilled portobello mushroom burger, blue cheese and fig pizza

Taste Profile


Full Body





Tannins (Bitterness)


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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