Temple Bruers CEO and co-founder David Bruer and employees take environmental stewardship as seriously as they do their grape and wine production. From  early on Temple Bruer adopted certified organic grape and wine production to protect the health of consumers, the companies employees, the wider community and environment.
To further improve the sustainability of the company and product, several stages of carefully considered revegetation has been undertaken, all of which have been in line with the Angas River Catchment Revegetation guidelines. Our aim is to improve species diversity, protect endangered species, provide a habitat for native fauna and create a carbon sink for some of the companies carbon emissions.
Temple Bruer also takes the health of the Murray Darling River and water scarcity seriously with an advanced computer controlled drip irrigation and soil moisture monitoring system to give greater control over where and when irrigation occurs.