2010: Russell & Katrina Leslie buy Wandin Valley Estate from Jim & Phillipa Davern.

2011: Arrowfield Wines sold to Karen & Gary Williams and is re-launched as Hollydene, the 480 hectares now down to 16.

2011: The stone cottage at Pokolbin Estate is burnt down and painstakingly rebuilt.

2013: Richard Owens sells Oakvale to Richard & Susan Becker, appoint Patrick Auld as winemaker.

October 2014: Wyndham Estate closes its cellar door at Dalwood.

2016: Allandale Wines sold to the Lee & Leung families.

2016: Lindeman's close their Hunter Valley cellar door.

2016: Sam and Christie Arnaout buy Sweetwater Vineyard and brand from Duncan Hardie.
Sam and Christie Arnaout buy Hungerford Hill winery, vineyard and brand from James Kirby, Bryan Currie is appointed winemaker and manager of all their Hunter wine assets.
Sam and Christie Arnaout buy Wyndham Estate property at Dalwood from Pernod Ricard. Pernod keep the Wyndham Estate brand.

2017: Wandin Valley Estate sold to Lap Tung Tsoi of the Chinese Alpha Group

2017: Murray Robson dies.

2017: Colin Peterson & Brian McGuigan buy the Lindeman's Ben Ean vineyard and buildings and re-launch as Ben Ean. Treasury Wine Estates retain the Lindeman's brand.

2017: Sam and Christie Arnaout buy Dalwood wine brand from Penfolds owner, Treasury Wine Estates.
Dalwood branded wines made from the original Dalwood vineyard at Branxton to be relaunched in 2018.