Dryridge Estate

Dryridge Estate was originally founded by Bob and Barbara Tyrrell in 2000 before the business passed hands to current owners Emma and Simon. Despite a difficult environment, hard work and persistence paid off as the pink granite soil that the vineyard is built on adds a unique crisp minerality to the wines.

Opened in 2012, The Dryridge Estate Cellar Door offers some of the finest vistas of the Blue Mountains, and is open for wine tasting every Saturday and Sunday.

The imposing Narrow Neck escarpment rises majestically from the valley floor, and during the afternoon, the sandstone cliffs undergo a stunning transformation, displaying vibrant shades of orange and yellow as the sun descends behind the Great Dividing Range to the west. If you’re here at this time, you won’t want to miss sunset, which is the perfect opportunity to savor not only exquisite wines but also indulge in a delightful cheese plate or ploughman’s lunch.

The journey to the Cellar Door takes approximately 20 minutes from Blackheath, guiding you through the enchanting rainforest in the Glen and descending to the valley floor. Simply follow the signs along the road, and when on Megalong Valley Road, turn right onto Aspinall Road at the Six Foot Track.