Blue Range Estate is owned and run by the Melone family- Cosi, Jo and their four children.

Francesco De Cicco had a vision for growing grapes and producing premium wines on the Mornington Peninsula, establishing his first vineyard in 1987.

Today the vineyard produces Pinot Noir, Merlot, Shiraz, Chardonnay and Pinot Grigio. Our wines can be enjoyed on the property, with the spectacular view of Port Philip Bay and Bass Strait. Blue Range is sold in Australia and internationally.

Come and enjoy a glass of wine, devour in our tasting plates, and for those who want the complete package, there are 5 luxury villas on the property available for overnight stay. Each luxury villa has a king or queen size bed, luxurious ensuite, outdoor terrace, in room movies and views of Port Phillip Bay.


Due to current Victorian COVID-19 restrictions, Blue Range Estate has closed its doors again. We are expecting to reopen on August 22nd (unless there are further updates from the Victorian Premier). We thank you for your patience and we look forward to seeing you again in August. 


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We are pleased to announce that our Villas are now available.

Ph 0419882577 for bookings and enquiries
or email

Check in is at 3pm and checkout at 11am.
Blue Range Estate Villas are positioned on our vineyard overlooking the entire panorama of the Mornington Peninsula from Port Phillip Bay to Bass Strait.

Our four boutique villas provide guests with the ultimate relaxation getaway. Enjoying our premium sparkling wine on your private terrace or the opportunity to relax on our outside terrazzo taking in the breath taking views while watching the magnificent sun set over the bay.

Get in Touch

We’d love to hear from you, so please use
our contact form to get in touch and let us know
how we can help.

PHONE: 03 5986 6560
Address: 155 GARDENS ROAD,

Opening Time

Open 11am-4pm  Friday to Sunday

** Closed Australia Day Public Holiday – 27/01/2020 **

Accommodation open all year round

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