Tamar Ridge `Devil's Corner` Pinot Noir 2010 (6 x 750mL), West Tamar, TAS.

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$83.94 per pack
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This wine is made as a lighter bodied style but there is no shortage of flavour backed up with fine, silky tannins and a long supple finish.

TAS - Tasmania

Winery Tasting Notes


Bright crimson with purple tinges.


A strongly perfumed style redolent of black cherries with hints of violets and even a touch of ginger spice.


Soft and full of flavour this wine is showing upfront flavours of cherry supported by some savoury elements. The finish combines fine tannins and firm acidity but the overall impression is of soft

lingering flavours making this a very easy drinking style.

Cellaring Potential

Made as a fruit-driven drink now style with generous flavours, this delicious cool climate Tasmanian pinot noir can also be cellared confidently for up to three years.

Food Matching

A versatile food wine, enjoy it with a creamy risotto, pasta with duck ragu or serve it lightly chilled with a char-grilled cutlet of Tasmanian Atlantic salmon.

TAS - Tasmania
Grape Style
Pinot Noir
Closure Type
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Tasmania continues to grow in stature as the centre of cool climate viticulture in Australia, renowned for the quality of its aromatic white wines, complex sparkling styles and textured Pinot Noir. The distinctive Devil’s Corner range is distinguished by three vital factors - its pure, cool climate characteristics, its accessibility in both price and style and its 100% sourcing from Tasmania’s Tamar Valley, one of the best and most versatile cool climate wine regions in Australia. With the varietal focus on Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay and meticulous care in both the vineyard and winery, the Devil’s Corner range offers a great introduction into the tastes and flavours of Tasmania.

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