2021 Great Eastern Wine Week

RAIDA – A Fusion for the Soul

RAIDA will be showcasing multiple local vineyards and their wines, matched with RAIDA’s exciting menu.

Join us for the closing night of our Great Eastern Wine Week events with a 5-course dinner with matching wines and some other surprises on offer.

Multiple choices abound with sharing plates to choose from, a wonderful selection of main courses and desert.

All matched with exciting East Coast wines, and talks from local winemakers.

There’s also a wonderful selection of Tasmanian whiskey to round your night out if you choose to fully indulge yourself.


About Bream Creek
Planted in 1974 on Tasmania’s east coast, Bream Creek is one of the state’s oldest vineyards. The original 5 hectares consisted mainly of Riesling and Cabernet Sauvignon, with smaller plantings of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Gewurztraminer. The Marion Bay based vineyard was purchased by Fred Peacock in August 1990, who increased Pinot Noir plantings and introduced Sauvignon Blanc and Schonburger (one of the earliest commercial plantings in the Southern Hemisphere of this rare German varietal).

With Fred’s trademark dedication and passion, this pristine vineyard is now a 7.5 hectare showcase of grape varieties ideally suited to the cool maritime climate of East coast Tasmania. For 30 years Bream Creek wines have been consistent award winners, helping to showcase the very best of Tasmanian wines to Australia (and the rest of the world).

Event Details

Friday, 10 September 2021
6:00pm - 10:30pm

RAIDA St Helens
10/55 Cecilia St, St Helens 7216
Cost: $125.00

Bookings Essential
03 6376 8823

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