Bream Creek Reserve Pinot Noir 6pk 2017 - sold out

Bream Creek Reserve Pinot Noir 6pk 2017 - sold out

Bream Creek Reserve Pinot Noir 6pk 2017 - sold out
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Winery Details

    Tasmanian Winery of the Year | 2018 Melbourne International Wine Competition 

    2018 Tasmanian Wine Show Pinot Noir Producer of the Year 

    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 | 2018 Rutherglen Wine Show

    Trophy | Best Australian Dry Red Wine – 2017 and 2016 | 2018 Rutherglen Wine Show

    Trophy | Best Table Wine Produced by a Small Winery | 2018 Rutherglen Wine Show

    Trophy | Best Australian Red Wine | 2019 Hong Kong International Wine & Spirit Competition

    Platinum Best in Show Medal (97 points) | 2019 Decanter Asia Wine Awards

    Double Gold Medal | 1 of only 7 wines to be so awarded | 2019 Asia International Wine Competition

    Top Gold Medal | Class 214 | 2018 Rutherglen Wine Show

    Gold Medal | 2020 WineWise Championship

    Gold Medal | 2020 Sydney International Wine Competition

    Gold Medal | Class 33 2019 Royal Melbourne Wine Awards

    Gold Medal | 2019 Hong Kong International Wine & Spirit Competition

    Gold Medal | 2019 China Best Value Wine & Spirits Awards

    Gold Medal | 2019 Berliner Wein Trophy Competition

    Gold Medal | 2019 Melbourne International Wine Competition

    Gold Medal | 2019 WineWise Small Vigneron Awards

    Gold Medal | 2019 Asia Wine Trophy Competition

    Gold Medal | 2019 China Wine & Spirit Awards

    Gold Medal | Class 27 2018 Royal Hobart Wine Show

    Gold Medal | Class 33 2018 Royal Melbourne Wine Awards


    Bream Creek Reserve Pinot Noir 2017

    Tasmania has impressed at DAWA in previous years for both its Chardonnay and its sparkling wines, and the quality of this Pinot underscores just how significant a part of Australia's wine future the island is likely to be. It comes not from Northern or Central Tasmania, but from the dryer, warmer East Coast sector, hence the 14.4% alcohol -- yet everything about this dark, translucent Pinot suggests balance, freshness and naturally articulated poise. The scents combine dark raspberry fruits with hints of coffee and underbrush; the palate is vibrant, expansive, choice and subtly layered, again built around a core of plush raspberry. Most impressively, too, there is no lack of structure here; affable grape-skin tannins take the lead over the finer textured legacy of ten months in oak.

    Source: 2019 Decanter Asia Wine Awards


    Bream Creek Reserve Pinot Noir 2017

    This is the best barrel selection of ‘17, thus viticulture and vinification were identical with one curious exception: this has higher alcohol. It laid waste at the Rutherglen Wine Show ‘18 with four trophies, gold medals at the Hobart Wine Show and Melbourne Wine Awards. It has greater power than its siblings without losing balance, but is not as elegant, with more red fruits on display.

    Rating: 96 Points (Value rated)

    Source: James Halliday Wine Companion 2020


    Bream Creek Reserve Pinot Noir 2017

    Lovely bright fresh raspberry aromas with a hint of herbaceousness giving complexity. Grippy but ripe tannins and assertive acidity.

    Source: 2019 Decanter World Wine Awards


    Bream Creek Reserve Pinot Noir 2017
    Deep, bold colour; lots of smoky, toasty oak evident. The palate flavour is sweetly rich and ripe, plush and decadent. A big, solid, gutsy wine of real concentration and power. And it has a bright future. Drink 2020 to 2032.
    Rating: 94 points
    Source: Huon Hooke, The Real Review, 15 January 2020