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Trophy - Best Pinot Noir in Show - Cowra Wine Show 2014
Top Gold Medal - Cowra Wine Show 2014
Gold Medal - Royal Hobart Wine Show 2015
Gold Medal - Tasmanian Wine Show 2014
Gold Medal - Royal Hobart Wine Show 2013
Gold Medal - Rutherglen Wine Show 2014
Gold Medal - Royal Melbourne Wine Show 2014
(95 Points) - Royal Melbourne Wine Show 2014
96 Points - James Halliday; Wine Companion 2016
96 Points - Nick Stock; JamesSuckling.com 2015
96 Points - Winsor Dobbin; Winsors Choice 2016
95 Points - Gary Walsh; The Wine Front 2016
95 Points - Huon Hooke; Sydney Morning Herald 2016

A typically deep darker coloured wine that has plenty of violet-like florals and perfume, rose petals, really alluring; some pepper, pristine, fresh and compelling. The palate has a deep core of juicy cherry fruit, really vibrant and lively, dark cherry flavour pervades layers of fine mid-palate tannin, sappy finish. Superb wine that is right on form. Drink in 2017. Rating: 96 Points Nick Stock; JamesSuckling.com

Very deep, vibrant colour; a powerful and rich pinot, often beyond the reach of mainland producers; layers of black cherry, plum and spice fill the bouquet and palate, but not to excess. Bred in the purple for cellaring. Drink by: 2021; Price: $37.00; Alcohol: 13.6%; Rating: 96 Points; James Halliday; Wine Companion 

Vintage 2012 was a superb one in Tasmania, producing wines in a style of which this superbly focused and intense pinot noir is emblematic. This is one of the best of a very fine bunch of wines, worthy of being scored at 96/00. If you enjoy the strength of Central Otago pinots then you'll love this, which has terrific power but is beautifully balanced with dark berry flavours dancing a taste tango with more savoury forest floor notes. This has already won gold medals at no fewer than five different major wine shows and while its controlled elegance is appealing now, this will develop nicely over the next few years. Rating: 96 Points; Winsor Dobbin

If you’re looking for a pinot from the bigger end of town, this one could be for you. It’s richly flavoured and quite firm, but the freshness and intensity suggest that cellaring will be well rewarded. Bream Creek vineyard is situated close to the coast between Sorell and Port Arthur, Tasmania. Rating: Outstanding; Winewise Magazine

This multiple gold medal winner is a bargain. Deep colour with purple tints; dark-cherry, smoky charcuterie aromas, and a bold, lush fruit palate. Concentrated, mature, structured, powerful. Rating: 95 Points; Huon Hooke; The SMH/The Age

It was a very good year for Tasmanian Pinot, and at four years old, this is moving into a happy place for drinking. Label design is a bit ordinary, as are the stickers, but gee what’s in the bottle is good. Dark cherry and rose oil perfume, mint chocolate, subtle earthiness and spicy oak. Medium bodied, with deep cherry fruit, cool well-bedded acidity and choice fine grained tannin. It’s fleshy and rich, but sappy, energetic and thoroughly charming. Length is excellent. Top example of Tasmanian Pinot. Price : $34; Closure : Screwcap; Drink : 2016 - 2022+; Rated : 95 Points; Gary Walsh; The Wine Front

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