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Discover 160 years of winemaking experience with a trip to Tyrrell’s Hunter Valley winery. Visit the cellar door and taste some of our award winning wines, take a tour and experience first hand the old oak vats and historic red cellar still in full operation. You will also see the original iron bark hut that Edward Tyrrell lived in and the Short Flat Vineyard, home of Australia’s most awarded white wine, Vat 1 Semillon, with its vines first planted in 1923.


Contact Details

Address

1838 Broke Road
Pokolbin NSW 2320 Australia

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Email

cellardoor@tyrrells.com.au

Sales

1800 045 501

Tastings & General Info

02 4993 7028


Cellar Door Opening Hours

Monday – Saturday

9:00am – 5:00pm

Sunday

10:00am – 4:00pm

Daily Winery Tour (allow 1 hour)

Daily 10:30am & 1.30pm

This fascinating, informative look into the history of Tyrrell’s is open to the public and leaves daily at 10:30 sharp. Please arrive 10 minutes in advance to register and dress appropriately for an outdoor walking tour.

Cost $5.00 per adult, children are free, bookings are required for groups of eight people or more.

Tastings

Please see further down page for more informaiton about tasting options at our Cellar Door.

Group Booking Policy

We define a Group as 8 to 40+ people. If you are inquiring on behalf of a group of 8 people or more we do require you to please call in advance and book your visit. We are a busy cellar door operating out of a limited space and booking ahead enables us to offer you the highest level of service possible.

 

Note:

  • All commercial Tour Operator’s (as a courtesy) are required to call in advance to check on availability regardless of group size or day of the week.
  • The BBQ area is available to groups & general public at no cost and there is no requirement to book, however we do request some forewarning, (such as a phone call for groups over 10) and there is a strict NO BYO policy in place. Note: there is no wet weather option available if it rains.
  • There is neither a restaurant nor accommodation available on site nor are we licenced to provide food.
  • Children under the age of 18 are not allowed to be given wine to taste by the staff, parents or anyone else. This is illegal behaviour under Australian law.

Meet the Team

Scott Richardson Cellar Door Supervisor

Born and raised in the region, my first real job out of school just happened to be in the wine industry (coincidentally here at Tyrrell’s), and I have remained within the wine industry ever since. As a young man, working in an industry that allowed you to travel was very attractive and now as a middle aged man I love the fact I work close to home.

Over this nearly 30 year period I have covered nearly every facet of wine production from vineyard to bottling line, from lowly cellar hand to management roles, even spent a couple of years studying Oenology at Roseworthy.

Today I am so very happy to be back in the warm embrace of the Tyrrell family, this time in the Cellar Door.

Ali Wood Winery Sales & Communications

Upon moving from Sydney to the Hunter Valley several years ago, it was a series of serendipitous events that led me to work at Tyrrell’s.

After a few years in the Cellar Door, I look after our valued members in the Winery Sales Department, utilising my public relations and marketing background.

I now live in Newcastle with my husband and son. I thoroughly enjoy travelling to my ‘office’ in the vineyards, working for one of Australia's great family owned wine companies.

Tiffany Naysmith Winery Sales Coordinator & Cellar Door Sales

My interest in wine was sparked after leaving my teaching career in a small mid-west American town and moving here to the beautiful Hunter Valley with my husband. Coming from such a vastly different climate, I was instantly captivated by the beauty and culture of the region.

In discovering my passion for Australian wine, I found myself here at Tyrrell's. I have since developed not only a taste for these outstanding wines, but have fallen in love with the charm that encompasses the stunning view, great old buildings, and the fascinating family history.

I am delighted to be part of the Tyrrell's team, and I look forward to your visit here at the winery, where I can share with you the magic I have found.

Cellar Sessions

General Tasting

The “GENERAL TASTING” is a tasting within the Cellar Door, standing at the bar and is suitable for couples and small groups of 8 people or less, all ranges are available to taste, up to but not including the Winemakers Selection range.

No Charge & No Booking is required.

Premium Private Tasting

The “PREMIUM PRIVATE TASTING” is a Private tasting set away from the Cellar Door, it can be seated or otherwise depending on the group size and comes with a dedicated staff member. As with the “PREMIUM TASTING” all ranges are made available to taste. It is offered to groups up to 40pax.

Cost is $15 per person, bookings are subject to availability and do require advanced booking. Time required: allow a minimum of 60mins.

Premium Tasting

The “PREMIUM TASTING” is a tasting within the Cellar Door, standing at the bar and is suitable for couples and small groups of 8 people or less, all ranges are available to taste but the focus is on our premium offer, it includes the Winemakers Selection range and is more structured in its nature and execution.

Cost is $10 per person, please request from staff upon arrival. Time required: allow a minimum of 30mins.

Private Tour & Tasting

The “PRIVATE TOUR & TASTING” is offered to groups over 8 people up to maximum of 40, at this level the experience can be a bit more tailored to the customers wishes, but in essence it combines a glass in hand, behind the scenes tour of the vineyard & winery with the Premium Private tasting. Suitable for industry or corporate groups.

Cost is $25 per person, bookings are subject to availability and do require advanced booking. Time required: allow a minimum of 2 hours.

Email cellardoor@tyrrells.com.au for further information and bookings.

Visit Us

Directions from Sydney CBD

  1. You need to head North so follow signs for the Harbour Bridge and merge onto Bradfield Hwy.
  2. Keep right to stay on Bradfield Hwy, follow signs for Metroad 1, continue to merge onto M1. [ FYI The Bradfield Hwy soon becomes the Warringah Freeway then it becomes the Gore Hill Freeway, just keep going and look out for signs directing you to Newcastle ]
  3. Take the PACIFIC HIGHWAY exit towards Chatswood/Newcastle
  4. Take the Pacific Highway/Metroad 1 ramp on the left to Chatswood/Newcastle
  5. At “Artarmon” Turn right onto Pacific Hwy/A1 [ from A1 to F3 is roughly ~14km but expect lots of traffic ]
  6. At “Wahroonga” Turn right onto the ramp to F3 Freeway/National Highway 1/Newcastle
  7. Merge onto Pacific Motorway [ ~120 km or 1 hour drive North start looking  for Newcastle Link Road ]
  8. Take exit Newcastle Link Road towards Newcastle
  9. Keep left at the fork and merge onto the new Hunter Expressway/M15 [ ~20 min drive to Lovedale exit]
  10. Drive North towards Braxton/Singleton until you see the Lovedale exit sign
  11. Take the Lovedale exit
  12. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Lovedale Road [ ~10mins to Wine Country Drive turn off ]
  13. Turn right onto Wine Country Drive/B82 Road you will pass a small airport on your left followed by the Tourist Information Centre. Take the next left into Broke Road [ ~2 min to Broke Road turn off ]
  14. Turn left onto Broke Road Follow Broke Road until you reach a ‘T’ intersection with McDonalds Road. After you turn left you then immediately right into the continuation of Broke Road [ ~2 min to turn off ]
  15. Tyrrells Wines will be on the top of a rise on your left

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