devil's corner wines
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First opened in 2015, Devil’s Corner recently underwent a sparkling multi-million-dollar refurb that offers visitors the same fabulous views across vines, lagoons, and mountains, but also more room, hosted seated tastings and function facilities, as well as two on-site restaurants. There is now room to shelter from the frequently inclement weather, and increased indoor and outdoor seating. The Fishers restaurant provides tasty local seafood overseen by big-name chef Hugh Whitehouse, while at Tombolo, you’ll find made-to-order woodfired pizzas. There is often live music at weekends.
TOP DROP: 2019 Devil’s Corner Mt Amos Pinot Noir, A$65