This impressive building, featuring stonework and large decks, is set among a sea of vines and backs on to the winery itself. It’s only a few kilometres from the heart of Blenheim, making it a perfect stop-off if you’re doing a cycling and tasting tour.
Things To Know
Drylands cellar door is set among one of the first sauvignon blanc vineyards planted in Marlborough (the original vines went in back in 1983). You can also purchase wines from other iconic New Zealand labels, including Nobilos, Selaks and Kim Crawford.
Don’t miss the Drylands dry riesling, while the Kim Crawford Reserve Sauvignon Blanc will remind you why Marlborough has become renowned for this variety.