Bream Creek Blanc de Blanc 6pk 2015 (Indent Only)

Bream Creek Blanc de Blanc 6pk 2015 (Indent Only)

Bream Creek Blanc de Blanc 6pk 2015 (Indent Only)
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Winery Details

    Tasmanian Winery of the Year | 2018 Melbourne International Wine Competition

    2018 Gourmet Traveller Wine Viticulturalist of the Year 

    The Bream Creek vineyard was planted in 1974 by Fred Peacock. One of the first commercial vineyards established in the Apple Isle state, it has long been considered one of the very best sites in Eastern Tasmania. Fred's premium cool-climate wines are concentrated and long, thanks to the mature vines and low yields. 

Press Review
    Bream Creek Blanc de Blanc 2015
    Bream Creek Blanc de Blanc 2015

    GOLD MEDAL “Best in Class Australian Blanc de Blanc” | 2021 Champagne and Sparkling Wine World Championship

    NATIONAL CHAMPION Australian sparkling wine | 2021 Champagne and Sparkling Wine World Championship


    Bream Creek Blanc de Blanc 2015
    Go Chard or go home. Go home with Chard. Go home with Chard with bubbles in. Lemon blossoms, crushed oyster shells and almond meal on the nose. This has spent over 5 years on its lees and has an intriguing combination of freshness and autolytic characteristics.
    On the palate, the combination of delicate and savoury continues with brioche dough, green apple, lemon juice, peach blossom and nutty lemon cookies. The bubbles on this are smooth and lively, this is youthful and fresh as a daisy. I think this should go into the collection for Chardonnay’s for my 50th birthday, time will treat it very well.
    Rating: 94 Points
    Source: Curly Haslam-Coate, The Winefront 


    Bream Creek Blanc de Blanc 2015
    “The steely mood of East Coast chardonnay is well settled in the toasty, spicy allure of close to 6 years lees age. Flinty reductive complexity sits appropriately within flavours of Golden Delicious apple, white grapefruit, golden kiwi, even a nuance of star fruit. Fruit generosity and acid tension sit a little disparate just 5 weeks after disgorgement, but will come into their own with cork age. Great potential.”
    Rating: 93 points
    Source: Tyson Stelzer, James Halliday Wine Companion, November 2021