Welcome to Devil’s Corner

2020 has been our wildest year yet, and we’re grateful to everyone who’s supported us by buying our wine or visiting us at our East Coast cellar door. The year’s not over, and we can’t wait to get back to doing what we do best.

our corner of the wild

Opening Hours

Join us at Cellar Door for Pinot, pizza and views
Wednesday to Sunday from 10am – 3pm.

Don’t forget we’re an outdoor venue (how could you), so rug up and BYO picnic blanket as you chill out on the deck or lawn, and soak in the view.

Tombolo Cafe & The Fishers

Wood-fired Pizza & Fresh Seafood

Our friends from Tombolo and The Fishers are back with the east coast’s tastiest wood-fired pizza, oysters and fresh seafood.

Wednesday to Sunday, 11am – 3pm

Cellar Door

Taking Wild in Our Stride

Our grapes grow where the fertile ground meets the rough and rugged sea.

And while the forces of nature can be challenging, it’s what makes our place special. Because we reckon wine tastes better with both the wild and the tame; the warmth of shallow water, and the cold crunch of east sea breeze. And a team of humans who know just how to bring them together. The best of both worlds, that creates wine like nowhere else.

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A standard Sunday at #DevilsCorner 📷 @daniekalo A standard Sunday at #DevilsCorner 📷 @daniekalovell
Here on the east coast we don't release new wines Here on the east coast we don't release new wines all that often, so when we do, we know we're onto a good thing. And this wine has left our mouth watering, and our cheeks blushing.

Made from 100% Pinot Noir grapes this wickedly dry #Rosé is the first of its kind for our humble home on the hill: fruit-driven, elegant, and arriving just in time for the warmer weather. Cue the #woo. But there’s no sweet stuff here, just ultra-smooth and savoury on the palate, with bright floral notes and a hint of watermelon.

Yes way, Rosé. 

Now available online, at cellar door & select bottle shops in Tasmania. #DevilsCorner
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