Two Rivers Wines

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Two Rivers Hunter Valley Wines

Since 1988 Two Rivers have specialised in making quality wines from premium grape varietals.
Ancient topography, timeless beauty, award winning wines.

Cellar Door

Located only an hour and a half from Newcastle and less than three hours from Sydney, the award-winning Two Rivers sits on the western edge of the scenic township of Denman in the Upper Hunter. The modern Cellar Door, situated in the heart of the vineyard, offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy our extensive range of wines in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. It is the perfect place to embark on an informative yet casual wine-tasting experience, tailored to your preferences.
Immediately outside the Cellar Door, our courtyard has sweeping views across the vineyard towards the distant hills and beyond. Relax here and soak up the view. Enjoy a glass or two of wine with friends whilst indulging in one of our cheese or antipasto platters which showcase local Upper Hunter Valley produce. Spend time getting to know our ‘Custodians of the Landscape’ sandstone sculptures located around the cellar door and vineyard or engage with the kids in some of our novelty and oversized lawn games. Whatever you choose, an afternoon enjoying the peace of Two Rivers will leave you relaxed and wanting to come back for more.
The Cellar Door is open daily throughout the year (with the exception of the public holidays noted below). To make a booking please call 02 6547 2556 or email We look forward to seeing you.

Winter Trading Hours (April 1st – September 30th)

Monday – Friday – 9am – 4pm
Saturday & Sunday – 10am – 4pm

Summer Trading Hours (October 1st – March 31st)

Monday – Friday – 9am – 5pm
Saturday & Sunday – 10am – 5pm

CLOSED: Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day, Anzac Day & Good Friday

If you are interested in holding a private function at Two Rivers Wines, whether large or small, please CLICK HERE for more information.

Guest Cottage

Overlooking the Hunter River, the Two Rivers guest cottage offers visitors the ideal opportunity to relax, unwind and enjoy the rural ambience of a working vineyard. All, whilst being only a stone’s throw from the Cellar Door and a short walk from the township of Denman. Stay at the cottage and explore the town and beyond. Plan a day around the stunning Wollemi National Park or head north to Scone, home to dozens of world-class thoroughbred studs, onto Burning Mountain and Murrurundi. Our cottage is perfectly located for any amount of exploring of the Hunter Valley.


The ‘Custodians of the Landscape’ sandstone sculptures were carved onsite at Two Rivers in the winter of 2015 by international artist Ben Dearnley. More than 20 tonnes of Triassic Narabeen sandstone sourced from the vineyard were used to create this unique and compelling project. This sandstone, which was laid down 200 million years ago in the region, is renowned for its abundance of carved and painted aboriginal rock art, and it is this that Ben directly references in his work whilst also reflecting the immediate landscape. According to Ben the flowing and dynamic nature of his sculptures reflects the ever-changing moods and seasons of the vineyard where growing the vines is a labour of love in tune with nature itself.
There are 8 pieces of Ben’s work situated around the Cellar Door and entry to the vineyard. These pieces, whilst all individual, have been designed by Ben to collectively reflect the importance he saw that Two Rivers placed on our unique landscape.
The Artist – Ben Dearnley
Ben Dearnley is an English born sculptor who has built up an international reputation for creating stunning sculptures in stone, bronze, slate and stained glass. Having studied the art of sculpture at Camberwell University in the UK, followed by working and living in Italy where he learned the ancient traditions of carving marble, he now lives in Ireland and has completed numerous large-scale sculptures around the UK. In 2015 he was commissioned by Two Rivers to carve the sensational rock collection known as the Custodians of the landscape.
For more information on the ‘Custodians of the Landscape’ CLICK HERE

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