• Tasmanian vineyard Devil’s Corner has added two new wines to its Hazards Range.
    Tasmanian vineyard Devil’s Corner has added two new wines to its Hazards Range.
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Tasmanian vineyard Devil’s Corner has added two new wines to its Hazards Range: the Mt Baudin Chardonnay 2022 and the Mt Mayson Syrah 2022, bolstering the range to four.

The Hazards Range celebrates Devil’s Corner’s premium tier of wine hallmarked by its tenacity and techniques. The range draws inspiration from the granite peaks of The Hazards mountain range that serves as the backdrop to the Devil’s Corner cellar door and vineyard.

The only white in the Hazards Range, the Mt Baudin Chardonnay is an intense white wine with notes of stone fruit and bright citrus with a subtle cashew nuttiness.

The Mt Mayson Syrah 2022 is a cool-climate Tasmanian red wine with flavours of dark berry fruits and a hint of spice.

Devil’s Corner senior winemaker Tom Wallace described the new wines as a ‘true reward’ from the environment in which they were made.

“It is nature’s canvas that sets these wines apart – generous soils, select parcels of fruit and east-coast Tasmania’s harsh elements, which are often unrelenting and unpredictable at best. Thankfully, we have learned to lean into these conditions and harness them to create two of the finest wines,” Wallace said.

The Mt Baudin Chardonnay and Mt Mayson Syrah joins the Mt Amos Pinot Noir and Mt Dove Pinot Syrah in the Devil’s Corner’s Hazards Range, available online from Devil’s Corner for RRP $70.00.

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