The Hazards Vineyard provides a tasting experience while overlooking the famous ‘Hazards’ of the Freycinet Peninsular. It is the new home for the Devil’s Corner range.
The opening of the vineyard coincides with the release of a new look for the Devil’s Corner wines. These premium Tasmanian wines, first developed in 1999, have taken on the breathtaking artwork by local Tasmanian artist Rebecca Birrell, exclusively commissioned for this wine. Her artwork is currently on show at The Hazards Vineyard.
The Hazards Vineyard overlooks Moulting Lagoon, a Ramsar Wetland of International Importance. The Ramsar Convention, to which Australia is a signatory, is a global intergovernmental treaty for the conservation of wetlands and their resources.
The Moulting Lagoon Nature Reserve supports a large number of waterbirds, particularly black swans and Australian shelducks at key stages of their lifecycles and is a critical late-summer staging area for migratory waterbirds and shorebird species. The largest Tasmanian flock of greenshanks also occurs at the lagoon.
Guests can picnic overlooking the vineyard and there are toilets on site.