Devil's Corner Cellar Door, Apslawn

4.2
#2 of 45 in Wineries in Tasmania
Devil's Corner Cellar Door offers not only a selection of award-winning wines paired with tasty pizzas or seafood, but also an unusual and dynamic scenic lookout. One of the island's largest vineyards, this estate has won several architecture awards with its modern interpretation of a rural farm. The cellar door, the tasting area, and the lookout were designed as a series of shipping containers. The framed views from the courtyard and the open decks invite you to soak in the surrounding landscape. While there, pick up a few bottles of Austria's top pinot noir. Plan your visit to Devil's Corner Cellar Door and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Apslawn online trip maker .
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  • We stopped here on our way to Bicheno and it was well worth it. The wines are amazing and only surpassed by the view. Food options are great and we spent more time here than we thought we would. Staff...  more »
  • A high end cellar door setup complete with a lookout tower and couple of food outlets. Expansive views out towards the water (see photos). Wine tasting was OK - staff were friendly and poured wine but...  more »
  • Our First time , heard that it has a nice view and it was amazing. Looking over the wine vines and Coles bay in the background. So no better chance than to do some wine testing, choose a bottle and ti...  more »
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  • Stunning location overlooking the water. You can pick up a delicious wood fired pizza for $24 to enjoy with a bottle of wine from $20 out on the lawn. Keep in mind they close by 4:30pm, so head there early.
  • A delightful cellar door with spectacular, sweeping views of vineyards and the sea. A casual, shared table dining area offers two food options; a woodfired pizza kitchen with excellent coffee and great pizzas, and a seafood kitchen with local oysters, steamed Mussels, fish and chips etc. Definitely worth the stop off.
  • The views are simply amazing here. Only to be out done by the delicious wine and food available. Definitely worth stopping for lunch or even just a tasting if that's all you have time for. The staff were very knowledgeable and friendly which always helps!
  • Incredibly beautiful place, with casual dining and wine tasting. The view of the wineyard and the whole valley are stunning, they make you want to lie on the grass and enjoy the sun and breeze. The food selection is limited (pizza and a few choices of seafood) but it's ok for a casual lunch. Overall, highly recommended
  • We had natural oysters, fish and chip, smoked salmon chowder - delicious! Seafood is from Freycinet Marine Farm. Grab some wine from Devil' Corner to enjoy. Beautiful scenery to have your lunch to. Great walk up look out too.

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