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Bream Creek is a 100% Tasmanian label producing small parcels of distinctively cool climate, elegant ultra premium wine across a range of varietals and styles. Overlooking 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.

A bold and powerful Pinot Noir, made in the Bream Creek style. There are lovely and intense notes of black and red cherries, plus a hint of wild raspberry, on the nose. The palate is smooth and deep, rich with dark plums, black cherries and blueberry. Finishing with balanced fine tannins, and featuring excellent balance and length, this wine can be enjoyed now or cellared for 7-10 years with confidence.   

Gold Medal - Royal Adelaide Wine Show 2016
Gold Medal - Royal Hobart International Wine Show 2016
Gold Medal - China Wine & Sprit Awards 2016
Gold Medal - Rutherglen Wine Show 2016
Gold Medal - Small Vigneron Wine Awards 2016

Lovely cranberry like nose with a juicy confectionary lift. Quite a lot of delicious varietal fruit characters with a superb firm finish. Alc: 13.8%; Price: $36.00; Rating: 96 Points; Wine Showcase Magazine

A bright array of raspberry and wild cherry fruits on the nose, some redcurrant and cassis too, along with a chalky edge. The palate's ripe and smooth, really sturdy and glossy, glazed dark cherry and blueberry flavours, tannins are ripe and supple. Rating: 93 Points; Nick Stock

A rich and opulent example of this much-loved label. From a warmer vintage, it has generous dark fruits plus a healthy mount of spice. The palate is plush and succulent with soft, silky integrated tannins. Its open, inviting nature makes it very easy to love. Rating: 93 Points; Toni Patterson MW

Hand-picked and sorted, 90% whole berries, 10% whole bunches, 7 day wild fermentation, cultured yeast added, 20 days on skins, 10 months in French oak (20% new). Powerful, complex and long in the mouth, red and black cherries and wild raspberries; exemplary tannin and oak management. An astonishing 3432 dozen made. Drink by: 2028; Price: $36.00; Date Tasted: Feb 2016; Alcohol: 13.8%; Rating: 94 Points; James Halliday Wine Companion



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