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Devil's Corner Cellar Door open from 10am-5pm
Food partners open from 10am-5pm | Limited menu from 4 pm
Every day our winemaker, Tom, attempts to tame one of the most difficult grapes in the world, in one of the wildest environments on earth. He doesn’t fight against the elements, but rather, leans into them. Harnesses the chaos of our unique climate to create Australia’s favourite Pinot Noir.
Fruit driven and elegant
Our home winery on the East Coast of Tasmania is a place like no other: wild, and wildly rewarding. And it’s here – on this unforgiving stretch of coastline – that something truly special is made.
Bright and Light
A youthful, dry Chardonnay with melon and nectarine aromas, this wine is equal parts creamy and crisp, with a palate of bright citrus notes and refreshing cool-climate acidity uniquely Tasmanian Chardonnay, from a place unlike anywhere else.
Highlights of Pears and Tropical Fruits
This Pinot Grigio comes alive with youthful vibrancy and a palate of ripe yellow pears, tropical fruits and a hint of savoury spice.
Crisp and Zesty
Loaded with zesty citrus and lemon blossom, this classic cool-climate Riesling is vibrant, refreshing and brilliantly balanced. A multi-award-winning wine that's approachable and unpretentious, made using 100% Riesling grapes from our east coast and Tamar Valley vineyards.
Crisp and Fresh
Crisp and fresh with wild aromas of passionfruit, this Sauvignon Blanc is an easy-drinking white wine shining with tropical fruit flavours and a long, balanced finish. A Sauvignon Blanc that is uniquely Tasmanian, from a place unlike anywhere else.
This is a dry Rosé that's fruit-driven and ruby blush in colour. Ultra-smooth and savoury on the palate with bright floral notes and a hint of watermelon. A Rosé that's uniquely Tasmanian, from a place unlike anywhere else.
Lively and fresh
In our corner of the world, something special is made. A feat of sparkling possibilities born from a blend of premium Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes.