Trophy "Best Pinot Noir" 2018 Hong Kong International Wine & Spirit Competition
Gold Medal 2018 Hong Kong International Wine & Spirit Competition
Gold Medal Class 23 2018 Royal Sydney Wine Show
Gold Medal Class 27 2018 WineWise Small Vigneron Awards
Gold Medal 2018 China Wine & Spirits Awards
Gold Medal 2018 Asia Wine & Spirits Awards
Gold Medal 2018 Decanter Asia Wine Awards
96 points Wine Showcase Magazine (November 2018)
Vintage 2016 was simply spectacular in Tasmania. Perfect growing conditions provided the ideal platform to grow fruit that was of excellent quality, with fantastic balance between flavour and physiological ripeness.
This is a complex and powerful wine, reflective of its Reserve status. Fragrant aromas of dark cherry, blueberries and violets flow onto a palate showing intense cherry and berry fruit flavours as well as earth and spice hints. With excellent length and balance, and with good tannic structure, this limited release wine can be enjoyed now, yet will also reward careful cellaring.
Overlooking the breathtaking seascape of Marion Bay and Maria Island in South Eastern Tasmania, Bream Creek is one of the first commercial vineyards planted in Tasmania which produces some of the finest boutique wines. The original consortium in 1973 planted 5 hectare of vines consisting mainly of Riesling and Cabernet Sauvignon, with some Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Gewurztraminer. In August 1990, the vineyard was purchased by Fred Peacock; one of Tasmania’s leading viticulturists. Fred’s priority was to increase Pinot Noir plantings and introduce Sauvignon Blanc and Schonburger (the first commercial plantings in the Southern Hemisphere.) The Riesling vines are now over 30 years old, some of the oldest commercial vines in Tasmania. With Fred’s dedication and passion, the vineyard is now a 7.5 hectare showcase of premium Tasmanian boutique wines. Marion Bay is steeped with history. The vineyard overlooks where Abel Tasman first landed in 1642, raised the Dutch flag and went ashore to also collect water. Later in 1772 French Navigator Marion du Fresne anchored his ships Mascarin and Castries in what is now known as Marion Bay. Today, the Bream Creek district is a rural area with a small thriving coastal community; well known for its artisans, painters, sculptors, fine furniture makers, jewellers and potters. Central to this inspired environment, Bream Creek Vineyard is an integral part of this mosaic as a unique, quality focused premium wine producer of some wonderful boutique wines.