Blue Pyrenees Estate
Blue Pyrenees Estate
Blue Pyrenees Estate
Blue Pyrenees Estate
Blue Pyrenees Estate
Blue Pyrenees Estate
Blue Pyrenees Estate
Blue Pyrenees Estate

Blue Pyrenees Estate

Address: Vinoca Rd, Avoca, Victoria 3467

Phone: 03 5465 1111  |  Fax: 03 5465 3529  


Blue Pyrenees Estate was established in 1963 as Chateau Remy by the subsequent owners of the great champagne houses of Krug and Piper Heidsieck, Blue Prenees Estate was among the modern Australian wine industry's first ventures into cool climate viticulture.

The estate is now 100 per cent Australian owned and are 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 celebrated their 50th anniversary in April 2013, committed to making authentic estate wines that offer affordable luxury, and are of world class quality.

Visit Blue Pyrenees Estate's cellar door to taste their award winning range of Sparkling wines and, red and white table wines.

Discover some of Blue Pyrenees Estate's cellar only gems, such as their Viogneir, Pinot Noir, Botrytis Reisling and Tawny Port. They also have a range of gifts, local produce and accessories.

While visiting the estate take the time to indulge yourself in their cafe, where they serve great coffee, tea and home made delights everyday. A la carte lunches are available on weekends and public holidays. Functions by appointment only.

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

Content: Blue Pyrenees Estate

Local directions

From High Street, Avoca (travelling North toward Saint Arnaud) turn left into Duke Street. Proceed over the Avoca River crossing and turn right into Vinoca Road immediately in front of the sports oval. Follow the Bitumen Road for seven kilometres to Blue Pyrenees Estate on the right.


  • Picnic area


  • Wine tasting

Opening hours

Blue Pyrenees Estate and their cafe is open seven days a week. On weekends the cafe also serves lunch.

On the Web

How to get here