Bream Creek Pinot Noir 12pk 2018

Bream Creek Pinot Noir 12pk 2018

Bream Creek Pinot Noir 12pk 2018
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Winery Details

    Tasmanian Winery of the Year | 2018 Melbourne International Wine Competition 

    Pinot Noir Producer of the Year  | 2018 Tasmanian Wine Show 

    2018 Gourmet Traveller Wine Viticulturalist of the Year 

    The Bream Creek vineyard was planted in 1990 by Fred Peacock. It has long been considered one of the very best sites and vineyards in Eastern Tasmania. Fred’s wines are concentrated and long, thanks to the mature vines and low yields.

Press Review
    TROPHY | “Best Pinot Noir” 2019 Cowra Wine Show
    TROPHY | “Best Pinot Noir” 2019 Rutherglen Wine Show
    GOLD MEDAL | (Top Gold) Class 127 2019 Cowra Wine Show
    GOLD MEDAL | (Top Gold) Class 214 2019 Rutherglen Wine Show
    GOLD MEDAL | 2019 Hong Kong International Wine & Spirit Competition
    GOLD MEDAL | 2019 Asia Wine Trophy Competition
    GOLD MEDAL | 2020 China “Best Value” Wine & Spirit Awards
    SILVER MEDAL | (Equal Top Silver) Class 22 2019 Royal Sydney Wine Show

    Bream Creek Pinot Noir 2018
    Super vibrant for a two-year old wine showing a classic stewed strawberry bouquet and a balance of sweet cherry flavours with subtile use of oak and velvety tannins.
    Rating: 5 stars
    Source: Winestate, October 2020

    Bream Creek Pinot Noir 2018
    A sturdy pinot, all damson plum to bing cherry. A nice sashay between richness and a glimpse of darker fruit; alongside the ethereal succulence that makes for the best expressions of this capricious variety. Oak nestled nicely. Crunchy, straightforward and sappy length, with a carapace of tannins that augurs for ageability.

    Rating: 93 Points
    Source: Ned Goodwin, James Halliday Wine Companion 2021

    Bream Creek Pinot Noir 2018

    “Sweet cherry confectionery nose, boiled lolly, the palate intense and piercing, with bright acidity. A refined, elegant pinot. Lots of tension, thanks to acidity. This gives it borderline hardness but tightens up the finish. Drink 2020 to 2032”.
    Rating: 91 points
    Source: Huon Hooke, The Real Review, 14 January 2020