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Ordered a ‘Salty Dog’ pizza, Devils Corner ‘resolution’ Pinot noir, best spur of the moment lunch we’ve had in years! Quite busy with wine tour groups, but we enjoyed a table out back with views to Coles Bay.
So what is the Devil? It’s the Devil for clocking off on the dot. Travelled from Hobart having planned a visit after tasting their Sauv with high hopes of more delights. Arrived at the Cellar Door (still open) at 2 minutes past five and unceremoniously...More
We stopped as we heard this Cellar Door had spectacular views and also interesting as the entire place is constructed of shipping containers. After taking in the views we did a tasting and ended up buying their Pinot Noir - very good. There is an...More
Visited Devils Corner during a trip to Coles Bay - by far the best cellar door on the east coast drive. The Pinot Noir, Riesling and Sparkling wines were my favorite. The live music was wonderful and they also have two places for food. The...More
Not only did the amazing wines available for tasting have us won over. But you step outside and see the most incredible view of mountains and ocean and vineyards, truly stunning. The setup outside with the pizza and fish and chip eating options was fabulous,...More
We decided to pull into Devils corner for some wine tasting, and ended up staying for a couple of glasses, lunch and the views.
The cellar door is situated on a hill overlooking the vineyard, with stunning waterviews as well. The staff were very helpful...More
Devil's Corner (part of the Brown Brothers portfolio) produces some amazing wines; however if wine is not your thing; it is still worth visiting. Whether it's a ten minute stretch of the legs, coffee or lunch stop, it is worth the break from driving.
We were staying at Freycinet National Park & people camping next to us recommended we go here. They were not wrong. 3 of the 4 of us had pizza, ( vegan, margarita, salty sea dog) which they loved, one saying best meal in Tassie. I...More