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Friday 30 June 2023

Meet Tasmania's newest winery cellar door


It actually opened its doors over a month ago, but the official ceremony to mark Tasmania's newest cellar door happened today. 

The ribbon at the Bream Creek Vineyard cellar door on the Tasman Peninsula was cut by Tasmanian Premier Jeremy Rockliff - as vigneron Fred Peacock joked it had only taken him 33 year to get around to opening a tasting facility. 

And what a cellar door it is, with amazing views of the vines, Marion Bay and Maria Island, slick staff and some delicious looking platters. 

Initially the cellar door will be open five days a week (Wednesday-Sunday) between 10.30am and 5pm.

Two different tastings will be available: a self-guided tasting of four selected estate wines ($10) and a premium guided tasting of the estate and reserve riesling, estate and reserve chardonnay and estate and reserve pinot noir ($20).

All current release wines will be available for purchase, as well as a number of cellar door only wines, and many will be served by the glass.

There will also be some back vintage wines available, along with platters (cheese or small goods) along with Tassie Gold oysters from just down the road at Blue Lagoon Oysters.

The cellar door address is 321 Marion Bay Rd, Bream Creek. 

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