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Tasmania’s Devil’s Corner vineyard to expand cellar door experience

Tasmanian vineyard Devil’s Corner will expand its east coast cellar door beginning later this month.

The expansion aims to offer locals and travellers greater space to experience the cellar door’s food, wine, and the view overlooking the Great Eastern Drive. A brand-new tasting area will be dedicated to immersive wine experiences, while an underground cellar will house wine and food masterclasses, private functions, and other exclusive events. 

Tasmanian architects Cumulus Studio has been re-engaged to ensure the site’s aesthetics match the original, while Launceston’s Anstie Constructions will manage the build. 

Cumulus Studio director Peter Walker says the team is incredibly proud of the new project and looking forward to continuing the environmentally conscious strategies put in place from the beginning.

Devil’s Corner marketing manager Will Adkins says the expansion will take the same approach, catering for all seasons.

“Calm autumns, wild winters or warm summers, we have no control over the weather. But with the new site expansion, we will be able to ensure visitors can experience the very best of Devil’s Corner no matter the season,” he said.

“New and improved shelter areas, as well as more casual spaces, will help accommodate the increasing number of consumers visiting the cellar door each year,” he added.

Long-term food partners The Fishers and Tombolo will continue to serve fresh seafood and wood-fired pizzas, expanding the food offering from their new and improved on-site kitchens.

“The Little Devil Cellar Door” will act as a temporary pop-up for wine sales during the winery’s expansion from April to September this year.

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