At Devil’s Corner cellar door, kick back with a soothing glass of wine and take in the panoramic splendours of the Hazards mountain range.
Josef Chromy OAM fled his war-torn Czech village for Australia in 1950 as a penniless 20-year-old after 11 years of Nazi and Soviet occupation. For 40 years he used his skills as a master butcher…
Only 15 minutes’ drive from Launceston, Tamar Ridge Cellar Door offers tastings of Tamar Ridge, Devil’s Corner and Pirie wines.
The heritage listed former church hall is now a cosy café, which is the cellar door of Frank’s Cider
Go behind the scenes and tour the distillery and you can enjoy an extensive and delicious menu at the cafe.
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