Temple Bruer

South Australia | Langhorne Creek

James' Review

Temple Bruer was in the vanguard of the organic movement in Australia and was the focal point for the formation of Organic Vignerons Australia. Part of the production from its estate vineyards is used for its own label, part sold. Owner David Bruer also has a vine propagation nursery, likewise run on an organic basis. Temple Bruer has 40ha of vineyards in Langhorne Creek, 59ha in Eden Valley, and 24ha in the Riverland (Loxton and Moorook). Exports to the UK, the US, Canada, Sweden, Japan and China.

Details

Temple Bruer Wines - Halliday Wine Companion
Rating
Winemaker Kate Wall, Verity Cowley
Established 1980
Dozens 35 000
Vineyards (area) 123 ha
Opening Hours Mon–Fri 9.30–4.30
Address 689 Milang Road, Angas Plains, SA 5255
Telephone (08) 8537 0203
Website www.templebruer.com.au