Devil's Corner

Tasmania | East Coast Tasmania

Our Review

Long the affordable sibling of Tamar Ridge and Pirie within the Brown Family Wine Group, Devil’s Corner has grown into a premium wine identity in its own right. Its home is the spectacular and picturesque Hazards Vineyard on Tasmania’s East Coast, still the largest vineyard in the state, though the company’s Kayena Vineyard (see Tamar Ridge) is also a substantial source for many of its blends. The cellar door offers sensational views to the Freycinet Peninsula and The Hazards range itself. -TYSON STELZER

Cellar Door


If sitting on a sun-drenched deck, drinking wine and snacking on fresh seafood and wood-fired pizzas sounds like a good time, Devil’s Corner Cellar Door is the place for you. Devil’s Corner’s spectacular East Coast home offers immersive wine experiences, guided tastings and takeaway wine sales, not to mention food from their onsite partners Tombolo Freycinet and Fishers of Freycinet and, of course, iconic vineyard and mountain views. Premium tastings are available to book between 10 and 4, in which you'll enjoy exclusive use of their underground event space for 3 hours of uninterrupted wine, food, and views; $100pp, bookings essential. For groups of 16+, please contact Devil’s Corner by submitting a group booking enquiry on their website: Open daily from 10–5. Last Hosted Tasting 4.30 and Tasting Paddles 4.45. Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day.


7 days 10–5

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Stockist Information

International Sales Information

Exports to all major markets.


Devil’s Corner wines are available at the cellar door, and leading liquor retailers nationally.


Winemaker Tom Wallace, Anthony de Amicis
Region East Coast Tasmania
Address 1 Sherbourne Road, Apslawn, Tas 7190
Established 1999
Dozens 70 000
Vineyards (area) 175 ha
Opening Hours 7 days 10–5
Telephone 0448 521 412
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