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Pyrenees Wine

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Dive into our captivating collection of Pyrenees wines, a hidden gem from one of Australia’s unique wine regions. Known for their robust character and complex profiles, these wines offer an exceptional exploration of flavor. Whether you're a collector or a casual drinker, our selection provides the perfect opportunity to discover the distinct terroir of the Pyrenees. Shop now and bring the essence of artisan winemaking to your table.





  • Mount Avoca 'Headspace' Range Pinot Noir 2019

    $32.25
    or $30.64 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Mount Avoca 'Estate' Range Tempranillo

    $23.50
    or $22.32 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Mount Avoca 'Estate' Range Chardonnay 2021

    $27.50
    or $26.12 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Mount Avoca 'Estate' Range Cabernet Sauvignon 2019

    $29.58
    or $28.10 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Dalwhinnie ‘The Eagle’ Shiraz 2020

    $169.99
    or $161.49 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Mount Avoca 'Estate' Range 'Old Vine' Shiraz

    $28.99
    or $27.54 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Mount Avoca 'Estate' Range 'Old Vine' Shiraz 2020

    $29.58
    or $28.10 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Domaine Terlato & Chapoutier L-Block Shiraz, Single Block 2018

    $49.99
    or $47.49 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Domaine Terlato & Chapoutier Malakoff Vineyard Shiraz 2016

    $34.98
    or $33.23 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Mount Avoca 'Estate' Range Shiraz

    $23.50
    or $22.32 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Mount Avoca 'Moates Lane' Shiraz

    $16.50
    or $15.67 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Domaine Tournon Chardonnay 2022

    $29.99
    or $28.49 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Dalwhinnie ‘The Pinnacle’ Shiraz 2020

    $92.99
    or $88.34 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Dalwhinnie ‘LDR’ Shiraz 2022

    $45.83
    or $43.54 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Mount Avoca 'The Calling' Range Shiraz 2017

    $69.00
    or $65.55 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Mount Avoca 'Moates Lane' Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

    $16.50
    or $15.67 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Mount Avoca 'Moates Lane' Chardonnay

    $16.50
    or $15.67 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Domaine Tournon Grenache Shiraz Touriga 2016

    $29.99
    or $28.49 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Domaine Tournon Viognier 2019

    $27.00
    or $25.65 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Domaine Tournon Mathilda Shiraz 2020

    $22.00
    or $20.90 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Clover Hill Pyrenees Cuvee MV

    $30.91
    or $29.36 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Dalwhinnie ‘Moonambel’ Cabernet Sauvignon 2020

    $68.99
    or $65.54 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Dalwhinnie ‘Moonambel’ Chardonnay 2021

    $63.99
    or $60.79 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Dalwhinnie ‘Moonambel’ Shiraz Museum Release 2015

    $99.98
    or $94.98 in case of 6 bottles.
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The Pyrenees wine region in Victoria, Australia, is renowned for producing wines that are as dramatic and distinctive as the landscape from which they originate. Nestled among rolling hills and rugged mountain ranges, the region provides an ideal microclimate for viticulture, characterized by cool winds and moderate temperatures that help The Pyrenees wine region in Victoria, Australia, is renowned for producing wines that are as dramatic and distinctive as the landscape from which they originate. Nestled among rolling hills and rugged mountain ranges, the region provides an ideal microclimate for viticulture, characterized by cool winds and moderate temperatures that help to extend the grape growing season. This extended maturation period allows grapes to develop deep, complex flavors while retaining essential acidity. Vineyards in the Pyrenees are often small and family-owned, focusing on quality over quantity. The region is particularly famous for its robust red wines, such as Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot, which frequently exhibit spicy notes and firm tannins. Additionally, the area is gaining a reputation for its elegant and aromatic white wines, including Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc, which reflect the unique mineral qualities of the region's soil. This blend of traditional practices and innovative techniques ensures that wines from the Pyrenees stand out for their quality and authenticity. read more... less

Frequently Asked Questions

What makes wines from Pyrenees special?

Wines from the Pyrenees region in Victoria, Australia, are special due to the unique combination of geographical and climatic factors that influence the viticulture. The Pyrenees is nestled among mountain ranges that provide a varied topography, creating microclimates that are ideal for growing a diverse array of grape varieties. The region benefits from a cool climate, which is moderated by the altitude and the shelter provided by the surrounding ranges. This climate allows for a long ripening period, giving the grapes ample time to develop a full spectrum of flavors while maintaining a balance of natural acidity. The soils in the Pyrenees are predominantly made up of ancient, rocky outcrops, which force the vines to struggle for nutrients and water. This stress on the vines results in lower yields but produces grapes of higher quality, concentration, and intensity. The wines typically exhibit rich, robust flavors with notable minerality and depth. The combination of these natural factors with traditional winemaking techniques and a focus on quality over quantity by the local vintners makes Pyrenees wines distinct and highly sought after, especially for their red wines like Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, and their signature red blends.

What are the most popular Pyrenees wines?

Among the most popular wines from the Pyrenees are those known for their complexity and expressive character, particularly the region's flagship red varieties. Shiraz from the Pyrenees is highly regarded, often noted for its robust structure, spicy notes, and dark fruit flavors. Another popular choice is the Cabernet Sauvignon, which is typically full-bodied with a good balance of tannins and acidity, often featuring flavors of black currant and herbal notes. One of the standout wineries, Mount Avoca, produces a range of eco-grown wines that have garnered attention for their quality and sustainable practices. Their organic Shiraz is a crowd favorite, showcasing the typical peppery and earthy flavors of the region's Shiraz. Dalwhinnie is another esteemed winery, whose Moonambel Cabernet Sauvignon is recognized for its elegance and depth, embodying the ideal characteristics of Pyrenees Cabernet.

What are the first wines I should try from Pyrenees?

For those new to Pyrenees wines, starting with the region’s strengths is a great strategy. First, try a Shiraz from the Pyrenees, which is emblematic of the region's ability to produce powerful yet balanced reds. Look for labels like Taltarni or Blue Pyrenees Estate, which offer wines with depth and a good representation of the local terroir. These wines typically feature a mix of berry flavors accented by spice and earthy undertones. Additionally, exploring the Cabernet Sauvignon from this region should also be on the list, as these wines reflect the complexity achievable in the cooler climate of the Pyrenees. They are often structured and aromatic, with a capacity to age beautifully. Lastly, consider a blend, such as those from Dalwhinnie or Summerfield, which are crafted to showcase the synergistic harmony between different grape varieties, providing a comprehensive taste of the region's viticultural prowess.

What are the best Pyrenees wines?

The best wines from the Pyrenees are often those that not only reflect the region's unique terroir but also exhibit exceptional winemaking skill. Top picks include the premium labels from Dalwhinnie, especially their Shiraz, which is renowned for its depth, structure, and longevity. Another highly acclaimed wine is the Blue Pyrenees Estate’s Richardson Cabernet Sauvignon, known for its intensity and balance, often featuring a medley of dark fruit, chocolate, and herbal notes. For those interested in exploring the pinnacle of what Pyrenees can offer, looking into limited production wines or single vineyard labels can be rewarding. These wines, such as Mount Avoca’s Old Vine Shiraz, are often produced in small quantities but deliver a remarkable expression of place and variety, showcasing the best of what the Pyrenees region can achieve with its signature varietals.