Bream Creek Chardonnay 12pk 2019

Bream Creek Chardonnay 12pk 2019

Bream Creek Chardonnay 12pk 2019
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Winery Details

    Tasmanian Winery of the Year - Melbourne International Wine Competition 2018

    Gourmet Traveller Wine Viticulturalist of the Year 2018

    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

    Gold Medal  | China Wine & Spirit Awards “Best Value” 2021

    Gold Medal | 2020 Royal Perth Wine Show

    Gold Medal | 2020 AWC Vienna International Wine Competition, Austria

    Gold Medal | 2020 Melbourne International Wine Competition


    95 Points | Wine Showcase Magazine (October 2020)


    Bream Creek Chardonnay 2019

    Light straw gold. Subtle nutty nougat and sulfide funk with creamy butter wrapper over rich just yellow nectarine and lemon pith with a stony/quartz vein. Smoky vanilla blonde French oak gives strut and this is impressively elegant from start to finish. Almost medium bodied, the wine does carry some flesh, yet the fruit is clean and pristine with moreish acidity impelling the wine on and long. Mature and serious.

    Rating: 93 Points

    Source: Regan Drew, Wine Pilot (March 2021)


    Bream Creek Chardonnay 2019

    Light straw-yellow colour. The bouquet is slightly nutty, toasty and a little muffled. A trace of straw. The palate is again all of these things: toast, roasted nuts and straw, savoury and appetising, dry and long on the finish, with energising acidity. A very good wine is lurking in here. It just needs a bit more time to emerge fully.”

    Rating: 91 points

    Source: Huon Hooke, The Real Review (February 2021)


    Bream Creek Chardonnay 2019

    A rich, full, white peach style that is nicely nutty. Impressive fruit weight, freshness and structure are key features of a satisfying palate.

    Rating: 4 stars

    Source: Lester Jesberg, WineWise