Cheeky devil

A reinvigorated Devil’s Corner cellar door has opened in time for summer.

16 December 2021


Tasmanian winery Devil’s Corner has completed the significant expansion on its award-winning cellar door with the new site open just in time for summer.

A popular stop along the Great Eastern Drive, the impressive new cellar door offers both locals and travellers an elevated year-round destination to enjoy enhanced wine and food experiences.

Embracing its wild home on Tasmania’s rugged east coast, the site expansion features a number of new spaces that brings the natural surroundings inside. The Hazards Tasting Room is named after the nearby iconic Hazards mountain range and is dedicated to immersive wine experiences.

The Devil’s Den is an impressive underground cellar, home to wine and food masterclasses, private functions and exclusive events with views across Devil’s Corner’s rolling vineyards and Moulting Lagoon.

Guaranteed to be the perfect spot no matter the season, visitors to the new cellar door are able to sit and enjoy the picturesque views of The Hazards with a glass of Devil’s Corner’s famous pinot noir in hand.


Long-term food partners The Fishers and Tombolo have benefited with new and improved on-site kitchens as well as increased indoor and outdoor seating to continue to dish up fresh local seafood and made-to-order wood fired pizzas.

The reinvigorated Devil’s Corner site will deliver greater tourism to the east coast region and along the Great Eastern Drive, creating more local jobs while helping to showcase the very best of Tasmania.

The new site will place host to a number of live music events across the summer, including the following.


Summer Music Sessions

Sundays, 12 pm to 3 pm, from January to March:

    • Sunday 16 January: Clinton Hutton – Tasmanian-born singer, guitarist, songwriter and producer.
    • Sunday 30 January: Luke Parry – talented blues and roots artist.
    • Sunday 6 February: Henry Rippon – blues and folk songs with a voice well beyond its years.
    • Sunday 20 February: Pete Cornelius – a soulful musician and one of Australia’s best guitarists.
    • Sunday 6 March: Saree Salter – A Launceston local who plays homegrown acoustic sounds.

After Hours at The Devil’s Den

Late night Fridays in the new underground cellar space, from 5pm to 7pm, featuring an all-local line-up:

    • Friday 4 February: Twice Girls – east coast-based duo who do covers.
    • Friday 11 February: Marita Mangano – independent singer, songwriter and percussionist.
    • Friday 4 March: Jack Hickey – folk singer-songwriter.
    • Friday 18 March: Saree Salter.

The new Devil’s Corner cellar door is open seven days a week from 10 am til 5 pm.



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