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Blue Pyrenees Estate was established in 1963 and was among the modern Australian wine industry’s first ventures into cool climate viticulture. Originally called Chateau Remy, Blue Pyrenees was established by the French company Remy Martin, the subsequent owners of the great champagne houses of Krug and Piper Heidsieck.

Today, Blue Pyrenees is 100 per cent independently Australian owned. Proud of the fact that all of their wines are made from grapes grown in their vineyards and produced in their estate winery, Blue Pyrenees Estate are committed to making authentic, world class quality estate wines that truly offer affordable luxury.

Visit Blue Pyrenees Estate’s cellar door to taste their award winning range of Sparkling, Red and White table wines, or to enjoy a glass matched with shareplates of the best seasonal local produce.

For further information, please contact Blue Pyrenees Estate or view their website.

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656 Vinoca Road, Avoca VIC 3467

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