Temple Bruer Agonist Gewurztraminer 2017




  • Vegan Suitable
  • Certified Organic

This aromatic Gewurztraminer is from only 12 rows of premium Eden Valley vines, and will delight your taste buds.

On the nose aromas of tropical fruit, honey and florals interplay. On the palate the texture is viscous and seductive, flavours of rosewater, spice and citrus. Reminiscent of some of the great white wines out of Alsace in France.

Agonist is the new premium range from Temple Bruer.

Tasting Notes from the bottle:
Body and balance | 12 rows, hand-picked and whole bunch pressed under flexed sunsets. A rosy posy yoga pose; lychee, grapefruit and ginger united. Serve with spice for aromatic enlightenment.

Eden Valley | Organic | Low Preservative | Carbon Neutral | Vegan Friendly

More about The Agonist Range from Temple Bruer

agonist [ăg’ə-nĭst]

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.

(SKU: TB_AGW_17)

Wine Type White
Vintage 2017
Alcohol % 14.5
Region Eden Valley, Barossa, SA
Volume 750mL
Packaging Glass Bottle
Closure Screwcap
Low Preservative Yes
Vegan Suitable Yes
Certified Organic Yes

Tony Love, National Wine Writer, The Advertiser, August 31, 2018 

Article Title: Texture in wine is important but difficult to describe

Temple Bruer’s The Agonist 2017 Gewurztraminer is a great example [of a textural wine], ticking many new-gen boxes with its organic, low preservative, vegan friendly and carbon-neutral approach. It’s certainly textural and almost viscous in an Alsatian style guide, with seductive rosewater, spice and tropical bush flavours. But it’s that mouthfeel first and foremost that sets it apart. A sibling 2017 Chenin Blanc has similar traits aided by some whole bunch and oak treatments in the winemaking.

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