The results of the 2011 Tasmanian Wine Show announced on 21 January in Hobart, continue the past pattern of success for Freycinet Vineyard. The Judges for the 2011 Show were James Halliday (Chairman), Huon Hooke and Peter Bosworth supported by Associate Judges Peter Dredge, Nick Badrice and Conor Van Der Reest.
In 2011 Freycinet Vineyard submitted 7 wines and was awarded 7 medals - 4 Gold, 2 Silver and 1 Bronze across our Sparkling, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Riesling range.
Freycinet Vineyard and Winery, which celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2010, is a 9 hectare single vineyard site on the East Coast of Tasmania that grows all its own grapes and makes all its wine on the Estate.
In 2011 Freycinet Vineyard was awarded Top Gold and The Drysdale Trophy for the Best Sparkling Wine produced by methode champenoise, with our late disgorged 2000 Radenti Chardonnay Pinot Noir Sparkling. The full 2011 results for Freycinet Vineyard were:
Vintage Sparkling 2000 Radenti Sparkling
(methode champenoise) Drysdale Trophy : Best Sparkling Wine
Chardonnay (oaked) - 2009 Vintage 2009 Freycinet Chardonnay
Pinot Noir - 2008 Vintage 2008 Freycinet Pinot Noir
(3 year old Class) GOLD
2008 Freycinet Louis Pinot Noir
Riesling - 2010 Vintage 2010 Freycinet Riesling SILVER
Museum Wines 2005 Freycinet Chardonnay
2000 Freycinet Pinot Noir
Commenting on the 2011 results Freycinet Vineyard’s vigneron Claudio Radenti said:
“It was particularly pleasing this year to receive the Top Gold Trophy for the 2000 Radenti against many fine Tasmanian Sparklings of various vintages. This is our 8th and perhaps most elegant Vintage yet.
As usual, much of the credit for our success must go to each member of our dedicated vineyard team who help ensure that the vineyard does its magic year on year.
Recognition such as this makes our hard work, attention to detail and unrelenting focus on producing consistent quality wine, well worthwhile.”
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