The Devil’s Lair stable now includes Devil’s Lair, Dance with the Devil and most recently,
The Hidden Cave collection. Focused on the varieties that fare best in Margaret River,
Devil’s Lair Chardonnay is renowned for its taut acidity, excellent minerality, great length
and structure and subtle oak influences; Devil’s Lair Cabernet Sauvignon is typically
complex and layered with lively aromas, fine tannins and subtle oak characteristics.
The Devil’s Lair wine labels recreate a Tasmanian tiger’s image together with a mysterious
fifth leg - both are elements that were found amongst the remains in the Devil’s Lair cave
during decades of archaeological research. The exact location of the Devil’s Lair cave
remains a mystery to all but few, and those who are close enough to visit do so in the
company of a traditional elder of the land.
The significance of this site is not lost on the Devil’s Lair team. Just as the cave remains a
rich source of primary information for those committed to mapping out the lives and
lifestyles of the early Australians, it continues to provide a source of inspiration for us.
Vintage to vintage, Devil’s Lair strives to capture the essence of the land in order to create
wines that are revered in their own way.