Temple Bruer Riesling 2010



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Winery/Brand: Temple Bruer


The wine is light in colour. Fresh lemon and lime lead the nose which also shows perfumed spring blossoms and pineapple. The palate is light, with well structured acidity reminiscent of lemon and pineapple fruit. The wine develops into a softer finish of medium to long length with hints of stone-fruit.



The Story

The fruit used to create this wine was sourced from Temple Bruer vineyard in Langhorne Creek (60%) and Glenara vineyard in the Adelaide Hills (40%). Each parcel was harvested separately before blending the clear juice. Alcoholic fermentation commenced slowly under cool conditions to retain fruit flavour.

Technical details
Region: 60% Langhorne Creek, SA - 40% Adelaide Hills, SA
Production: 1200 cases
Alcoholic strength: 11.8 % v/v
Free/total SO2 at bottling: 26/72 mg/L
TA 5.2 g/L
RS (glucose & fructose) 2.92g/L
Produced without using animal products – vegan friendly

The Specs

RegionEden Valley, Barossa, SA
PackagingGlass Bottle