Temple Bruer Agonist Saperavi 2017
- Vegan Suitable
- Certified Organic
RegionLoxton, Riverland, SA
This is an interesting and delicious dark brooding wine, aromas of black cherry and flavours of wild black fruit and earthy rich beetroot. The palate is smooth and rich, with good length.
Saperavi which literally means ‘dye’, is a deeply coloured red grape variety, hailing from Georgia (formerly part of the Soviet Union). It is one of the few red grapes that has red flesh as well as skin, so it's colour comes not only from fermentation on the skins.
Agonist is the new premium range from Temple Bruer.
Tasting Notes from the bottle:
Midnight fresco | Dance with colour, heart aflutter with ruby ink and violet chorus. Beneath raven skies, beetroots beat and cherries shine. Full-bodied feelings and thrumming structure. Let the love run deep (red).
Loxton | 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||Loxton, Riverland, SA|
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