Bream Creek wins 9 medals at the 2015 Tasmanian Wine Show

With the 2012 Riesling winning both gold and blue gold medals

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Bream Creek Vineyard, East Coast, Tasmania

Bream Creek Vineyard, East Coast, Tasmania [©Tourism Tasmania]

Bream Creek pinot grigio, sauvignon blanc, chardonnay and riesling


When the results of the 2015 Tasmanian Wine Show were release, Bream Creek Vineyard was delighted to have been awarded a total of nine show medals.

Award highlights for Bream Creek  included:

  • 2012 Riesling winning a gold medal – this wine also won a “blue gold” (equivalent to a double gold medal) and was placed in the Top 100 wines at the 2014 Sydney International Wine Competition. Certainly worth its 96 point and “Best of the Best” rating from James Halliday!
  • The 2011 Pinot Noir and 2011 Chardonnay both winning a silver medal in very strong classes – these medals again highlight the suitability of these Burgundy varieties to Tasmania’s cool climate.
  • The 2013 Late Picked Schönburger winning a silver medal – the wine was only just released but the winemaker knows it will develop beautifully with bottle age, so this is an exciting early sign of its quality.


  • East Coast and Tasman Peninsula (TAS)

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