Temple Bruer Preservative Free Rose 2021
- Vegan Suitable
- No Added Preservative
- Certified Organic
RegionLanghorne Creek, SALoxton, Riverland, SA
Tasting Notes for 2021 Temple Bruer Organic Preservative Free Rosé
The Grenache was sourced from the Temple Bruer Langhorne Creek Vineyard where the vines are approximately 30 years old and grown on deep alluvial sandy loam. The Cinsault and Mataro are grown at Temple Bruers’ Loxton and Moorook Vineyards in the Riverland, where the soil is mostly sand over lime and clay. The climate in the Riverland is continental providing the Temple Bruer Vineyards with long sunny days and cooler nights. It is these long sunny days that provide the full fruit flavours you find in this Rose.
Picking began in Late Feb with Cinsault and Viognier at Loxton, then followed in mid-March with Grenache and Mataro at Langhorne Creek. All varieties were cooled, crushed and pressed straight away. They were cold settled and inoculated two days after. Fermentation commenced and lasted 2.5 weeks. Soon after Malolactic fermentation was complete. The wines were then blended together and heat stabilised before being bottled in mid-April 2021. No sulphur dioxide was added at any point when making this wine.
COLOUR : Pink into light red.
AROMA : Watermelon, rose petals and raspberries.
FLAVOUR : Raspberries and watermelon with good clean acidity.
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HAVE IT WITH ...
Sweet chilli vegetable burger.
|Region||Langhorne Creek, SA|
|Region||Loxton, Riverland, SA|
|Country of Origin||Australia|
|No Added Preservative||Yes|
|Alcohol Level||Moderate [12-13%]|
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