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Temple Bruer - Rosé 2021 Temple Bruer - Rosé 2021

Temple Bruer - Rosé 2021

Sunshine Rose

Single Bottle:

$20.00
In stock

Type:Rose

Varietal:Mataro, Cinsault

Unit Size:750ml

Alcohol Volume:11.5%

Region:Riverland/Langhorne Creek

Country:Australia

Tasting Notes

Pale straw colour. Citrus blossom, lemon, pear, white peach, pineapple, lime peel, grapefruit and honeydew melon. A palate of citrus fruit followed by ripe stone fruit including white peach and nectarine. Medium body with some texture and dry long finish.

Technical Info

Brand:Temple Bruer

Closure:Screwcap

Organic Certification:NASAA - 5435P

Country of Origin:Australia

Serving Temperature: 7-13°C

Drink By:2026

Winemaking Style:Modern

Harvest:Grapes picked early morning.

Winemaking:The grapes- Shiraz, Grenache and Cinsault were de-stemmed and only the free run was drawn off for fermentation of the rosé known as “vin de goutte” in France. These two portions were crushed, pressed and cold settled prior to a cool fermentation for 2.5 weeks. The three portions were blended and then bottled. No sulphur dioxide was used in any process when making this wine.

Viticulture:The Shiraz was sourced from Currency Creek with a maritime climate that avoids extreme heat shifts and has an excellent groundwater source. The Shiraz blocks, called Thelma and Dorothy, are on a rolling sandy slope. Grenache was sourced from our Langhorne Creek vineyard where the vines are approximately 30 years old and grown on deep alluvial sandy loam. Cinsault is grown at the Loxton vineyard in the Riverland, where the soil is majorly sand over lime and clay.

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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