Temple Bruer Reserve Merlot 2004 (6 x 750mL), SA.

Liquor Act 2007: It is against the law to sell or supply alcohol to, or to obtain alcohol on behalf of, a person under the age of 18 years. Liquor licence LIQP770010049
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$125.94 per case
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The fruit used to make this wine was sourced from Temple Bruer’s Certified Organic vineyard in Langhorne Creek which is renowned for making delicate and distinctive Merlot. This wine is full of fresh stone fruit and tannin that is soft and very approachable from aging the wine. In only the best vintages at Temple Bruer is a Reserve Merlot made. Harvesting commenced in late March, and fermentation was finished in 10 days where it was then gently pressed into French oak barrels and aged for 18 months.

SA - Langhorne Creek
South Australia

Winery Tasting Notes

ColourDeep brick red with crimson hues

AromaBursting with flavours of blackberry and plum lead this wine towards a savory aspect of thyme and green olive all complexed with subtle aged characters of chocolate and butterscotch.

PalateThe palate shows fine-grained, elegant tannins finishing with a hint of earth, coffee and licorice.

Food matchingMediterranean cuisine

SA - Langhorne Creek
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Australian Certified Organic

Temple Bruer makes beautiful hand crafted wines that can be enjoyed for any occasion. There is a wine to suit many different foods types and styles. If you enjoy wine, Temple Bruer is the one for you.

Our philosophy is to produce quality wines that maximise enjoyment and minimise impact.

Temple Bruer was founded back in the 1970’s on the banks of the Angas River. From a small planting of vines to start with, the company now owns three vineyards in different regions within South Australia. With a strong desire to look after the environment the vineyards and winery became certified organic. This means that there are no artificial herbicides, fertilisers or pesticides used at any stage of the growing or winemaking process. Adding to this ethos the company has also become carbon neutral, sequestering all the carbon that it produces.

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