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Devil's Corner Cellar Door, Apslawn

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Winery / Vineyard Food & Drink
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. Use our Apslawn itinerary maker to arrange your visit to Devil's Corner Cellar Door and other attractions in Apslawn.
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  • Second visit here and this time we had a bite to eat as well. First time we stopped here and it was very busy so decided to move on. Ample car parking facilities, toilets clean, view of The Hazards sp...  more »
  • We have visited twice since the cellar door was revamped and have been disappointed on both occasions, more with the design than the produce. There is only limited seating indoors and the new design c...  more »
  • We almost missed this one and please take the time to enjoy the view. Lovely wines and seafood. The only winery we had time for and very pleased we explored this one.  more »
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  • It's a combined lookout and food & wine spot surrounded by vineyards and mountains with views to the bay. The two food options and the winetasting/sales forms a little cluster of modern shacks around a central eating courtyard, but there's other tables tucked around the outside. The setting is altogether beautiful, albeit a bit breezy at times.
  • Nice wine and view but the service was a bit cold maybe it was a bit busy on that day? Still a nice place to stop over and have a rest.
  • Fantastic food, brilliant wine, lovely service and fantastic view. Will definitely go back.
  • Super sweeping views of the Freycinet Peninsula from the tower, worth stopping here just for this.
  • Great wine, food and views. Very relaxing lunch highly recommended. Thanks to Richard from Tamar Ridge insisting we visit.