Bremerton wines

"Bremerton has been producing wines since 1988. Rebecca Willson (chief winemaker) and Lucy Willson (marketing manager) were the first sisters in Australia to manage and run a winery. With 120ha of premium vineyards (80% of which goes into their own labels), they grow cabernet sauvignon, shiraz, verdelho, chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, malbec, merlot, fiano, graciano and petit verdot. Exports to most major markets."

Halliday Wine Companion - 5 Star Rating
Rating definition: A winery with a long track record of excellence, having held a 5-star rating continuously for 10 years - truly the best of the best!

2020 'Betty & Lu' Sauvignon Blanc

"....this wine underplays the most overt varietal characteristics of sauvignon blanc, in favour of a more restrained statement. It opens clean, lightly tropical and herbal with a lemony zip on the nose, with a palate that's ripely-flavoured yet dry and long with good acid balance."

Ralph Kyte-Powell


2020 'mollie & merle' VERDELHO

"A traditional white out of Langhorne Creek tha's farily neutral in its overall expression. Nothing out of place, a nice little peppery speci on the late palate"
Halliday Wine Companion - Tony Love


2020 Special release fiano

“An initial suggestion of native bush florals and honey. It's pithy on the palate, textures building with a sweeter citrus heart showing itself towards the finish. Lures you in with its intriguing, enigmatic senses and its drinkability."
Halliday Wine Companion - Tony Love  93 points                 SILVER MEDAL 


2020 special release vermentino

“Wild fermented. Shows citrus zest and salines, a little spray of tarragon and delicate pith."

Halliday Wine Companion - Tony Love - 89 points


2019 bâtonnage chardonnay

“Plenty of contemporary technique employed here: 80% wild yeast ferment in barrel, 30% new oak, with the lees stirred (hence the name Bâtonnage). Nutty and creamy with subtle lemon curd and white-nectarine flavour notes. Lots to appreciate."
Halliday Wine Companion - Tony Love  93 points                 SILVER MEDAL


2020 grenache

"Fresh and fruit forward, cherry and stem and a subtle  gastronomic bitterness through the palate, finishing with a tangy tannin grip. Tasty, easily grasped grenache."

Halliday Wine Companion - Tony Love - 93 points               SILVER MEDAL


2019 mouvÈdre

Often described as rustic and earthy, mouvèdre is on its own here, exuding a sun-kissed warmth and fleshy spice. Fine, ripe tannins adding to its homely appeal.

Halliday Wine Companion - Tony Love  92  points                SILVER MEDAL



"Undeniable proof that great value can be found in blends like this, working notable Langhorne Creek varieties into a great everyday band of best buddies. Ripe, crunchy crimson fruit notes within a faint oak backdrop. You can't say not to a wine like this "

Halliday Wine Companion - Tony Love 90 points                 SILVER MEDAL



2018 lagrein

"A big, bold expression of this variety. It's saturated with satusma plum, offset by earthy and almost cherry feels, even some pomegranate edge. The tannins are involved on the finish, reflecting both the fruits and 24 months in older oak barriques."

Halliday Wine Companion - Tony Love  91 points                  SILVER MEDAL



"With Malbec one of Langhorne Creek's finest treats, this sits within the Bremerton Special Release range with a certain pride. To being, think of the aromoas of a dark Negroni, a slice of orange peel included. The flavours follow, without of course the same amaro bitterness, though rich with body and captivating mouthfeels."

Halliday Wine Companion - Tony Love 94 points                      SILVER MEDAL


2020 special release shiraz

" No added preservatives. The flavour power is spot-on, ripe and chewy tannins become part of the concentration on the palate. Neatly done. Satisfying."

Halliday Wine Companion - Tony Love 94 points                  SILVER MEDAL



"Ticks all othe cabernet aromatic boxes to begin - blackcurrant, bayleaf, choc and mint - before this follows through with a very tidy take on traditional cabernet structure ...plenty of flavour as well."

Halliday Wine Companion - Tony Love 89 points                   BRONZE MEDAL



"Distinctive earthiness adds a complexity to this wine from start to finish - way more than anyone would expect at this price."
Halliday Wine Companion - Tony Love 91 points                 SILVER MEDAL



“A step into more complex winemaking techniques ...there's a complex and savoury Asian meat/sauce flavours, all quite engaging, with fine, earthy tannins coating the finish neatly" 

Halliday Wine Companion - Tony Love  93 points                SILVER MEDAL



“ in the traditional regional stamp, it is earthy and rich with full-bodied intent, yet not overly weighed down by heavy tannin blocks. Will gather itself more completely over the next decade."
Halliday Wine Companion - Tony Love  96 points                   GOLD MEDAL



“It's leafy and herbal on the bouquet, the curranty fruit and malty oak in a supporting role. Just about medium-weight, the flavour is dense rather than heavy, and the tannin firm but not overwhelming. A prime candidate for cellaring.”
Halliday Wine Companion - Steve Creber 93 points               SILVER MEDAL



“Only 4 barrels were selected for BOV. How seductive, how dangerously drinkable now, but you know you shouldn't because the best is yet to come...big impact wine but never excessive, it floods the mouth with flavour, in balance with oak and velvety tannins all the way."
Halliday Wine Companion - Jeni Port  95 points                     GOLD MEDAL