Tasting notes: Bream Creek (Tasmania) 2015 »
Bream Creek Vineyard, on the Tasman Peninsula in south east Tasmania, is one of the state's oldest commercial vineyards, being planted in 1973. With its cool maritime climate and Fred Peacock's viticultural expertise, Bream Creek has developed into one of the state's premium wine producers winning medals, trophies and much acclaim. Here are tasting notes for their wines »Bream Creek wins 9 medals at the 2015 Tasmanian Wine Show
Bream Creek Vineyard is delighted with their nine medals awarded at the 2015 Tasmanian Wine Show »Of a boat, a balcony and a beer »
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