Bream Creek Cuvée Traditionelle 6pk 2015

Bream Creek Cuvée Traditionelle 6pk 2015

Bream Creek Cuvée Traditionelle 6pk 2015
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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

    Trophy “Best Sparkling Wine”   |  Cowra Wine Show 2021 

    Gold Medal | 2021 International Wine & Spirits Awards

    Gold Medal | 2021 Melbourne International Wine Competition


    Bream Creek Cuvée Traditionelle 2015
    Enchanting floral bouquet. Good bead persistence. Fruity, dry, lean palate, with genuine depth and weight and excellent overall balance."
    Rating: 96 Points
    Source: Wine Showcase Magazine


    Bream Creek Cuvée Traditionelle 2015
    Mmmmm, warm and toasty biscuits. Green apple, lemon, white blossoms, honeysuckle and a touch of apricot. On the palate, the finesse of those floral and fruity characteristics join some mouthwatering acidity and that nutty, beeswax and praline finish that lingers and dances away. There’s something slightly saline which only adds to the complexity of vintage sparkling that Fred and the team continue to produce.
    Rating: 92 Points
    Source: Curly Haslam-Coate, The Winefront 


    Bream Creek Cuvée Traditionelle 2015
    “At 6 years of age, this is a toned and taut, pinot-led take on Tasmania's East Coast. Red apple and strawberry fruit is set to a rigid spine of lemon-juice acidity, tempered by the gentle texture and subtle savoury complexity of old oak barrel fermentation. It concludes steely and firm, its acidity heightened by some fine phenolic grip, promising endurance in the cellar.”
    Rating: 91 points
    Source: Tyson Stelzer, James Halliday Wine Companion, November 2021