A visit to the Margaret River Wine Region would not be complete without this Winery listed on your itinerary. An architecturally stunning structure highlights this rustic setting.
Free wine tasting.
A truly unique Winery.


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“The vineyard, draped on picturesque gravelly slopes a stones-throw from the Indian Ocean, provides the free-draining soils and the mild maritime climate perfect for creating flavourful wines of character and distinction.”

Driftwood Estate is a boutique winery set in the stunning Wilyabrup sub-region of Margaret River, Western Australia. Established by Tom and Helen Galopoulos in 1989 on what had previously been a country retreat, the winery immediately received acclaim when its first wine, a Semillon produced in 1993, won a special commendation in a British competition.
In 2009, leading Australian wine writer James Halliday rated Driftwood Estate as one of the best wineries in the Margaret River region. This result has continued into the 2018 Wine Companion, where Driftwood Estate has again been rated a 5 Star Winery. The vine resources are exceptional, having had years of nurturing to ensure they produce premium fruit showcasing the Wilyabrup sub-region beautifully.

The winemaking philosophy behind the Driftwood wines is one of simplicity – quality wines are made in the vineyard. While winemaking can have a positive input, having premium quality fruit is essential. This is why Driftwood Estate is so fortunate to be located in one of the greatest viticultural areas in the world, sourcing super premium fruit year in year out. With premium quality fruit, our wine making philosophy is all about protecting and expressing the qualities found in the grapes, so that the wine lover can enjoy the pure, varietal and regional flavours from the Wilyabrup sub-region of Margaret River.

The wines are produced under four labels, Single Site, Artifacts, The Collection, and Oceania.
Our Single Site range of Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon showcases the best of Driftwood Estate. Over the years, our vineyards have grown in maturity and pedigree, and we have produced Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon from the 2016 vintage to reflect this, with releases occurring soon.
Artifacts are the more complex styles, demonstrating the intense characters old vine fruit can develop, and once in the winery, utilising oak influence and subtle winemaking techniques resulting in wines of strength, elegance, and integrity that will drink beautifully young whilst also reward careful cellaring.
The Collection range showcases fruit driven, regionally renowned wines that are designed to be enjoyed in their youth – vibrant blends and crisp, clean wines for everyday drinking.
The Oceania range is predominately a cellar door and online range, offering a Rosé, a White Blend, a Sparkling and a Tawny.

The beautiful branding takes Driftwood back to its beginnings, with small batch, hand-crafted wines showing how age and experience in the wine world can lead to memorable Collections and stunning Artifacts for people to enjoy now and into the future.

Google Reviews

Charlie Rossouw
Beautiful service, friendly vibes - old wooden decor and the wine is just immmaculant. Our group was greeted and there was free samples on their counter to try their olive oil paired with bread. Just amazing service. Thank you!
Ruurd Offringa
The place looks a bit run down, but it's worth visiting to try their white dessert wine. They use to have a restaurant here, but it's been closed for some time.
Harrys ChPerth
Driftwood Estate is a beautiful place with unique decoration and Style! We went there today for wine tasting and we were amazed with the wines. Wines that as we learn after, you will also taste if you are flying first class with Qantas!!! Sure thing is that tasting those wines gave us the feeling of a luxurious journey.. From now on a bottle of driftwood wine would definitely be on my list when I am thinking to buy a great wine for a Gift. Thanks a lot for the tour Tom.
Jakub Bednarek
5 star experience. You must visit this special place when you are in Margaret River region.
Whitney Baxter
Beautiful winery! Michelle was wonderful, very informative and cheerful!