Temple Bruer Agonist Chenin Blanc 2017
- Vegan Suitable
- Certified Organic
RegionLanghorne Creek, SA
Pale gold in colour, with aromas of green apple, pineapple, fennel seed and a smidge of toasty oak. The luscious textural palate delivers flavours of citrus, poached pears and butterscotch, with a good length, finishing mouthwatering dry with a hint of white flowers.
Rolls Royce treatment sets this Chenin Blanc apart from the pack, with whole bunch fermentation and aging in good French oak. So it is well worth the price with mouthfilling texture, complex flavours and length.
Agonist is the new premium range from Temple Bruer.
Tasting Notes from the bottle:
Winsome white | Tendrils held tender at dewy morn; whole bunch pressed, dressed with respect. A fling with French oak cause for butterscotch whispers while green apple bite lingers. Floral, finishing with bone dry wit.
Langhorne Creek | Organic | Low Preservative | Carbon Neutral | Vegan Friendly
More about The Agonist Range from Temple Bruer
An agonist, derived from late Latin word agnista, which means contender. By definition, an agonist is a muscle that contracts while another relaxes, an agonist produces an action while others sit idle. An agonist is also an advocate or champion of a particular cause or idea, a catalyst for change. Inspired by our long-standing dedication to sustainable practices,
The Agonist range is the romantic anthology between organic farming and scientific enquiry. Hand-picked, single vineyard, limited release, alternate varietals; every wine in The Agonist range is certified organic, low preservative, carbon neutral and vegan friendly.
|Region||Langhorne Creek, SA|
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