Durbanville Hills Sparkling Wine Crowned World’s Best

In a show-stopping moment for the locally produced Méthod Cap Classique (MCC), the Durbanville Hills Blanc de Blancs vintage 2015 was crowned as the World’s Best Bottle Fermented Sparkling Wine at


Durbanville Hills, Partners Expand Food Relief Programme

In an effort to assist more communities, popular winery Durbanville Hills, SA Harvest and Mould Empower Serve (MES), are working to double their efforts.


‘wine, Dine And Stein’ Set To Air On Dstv

"Wine, Dine & Stein", that was filmed in Cape Town's Durbanville Wine Valley, has been snapped up by the People°s Weather channel (DStv 180).


New Show Hosted By Rick Stein’s Sons To Showcase Cape Town In All Its Glory

The 13-part TV series was filmed in Cape Town last year with Jack and Charlie Stein.


Durbanville Hills Chardonnay 2018

Over the festive season, a lunch at The Brass Bell restaurant in Kalk Bay ? exquisite setting, mediocre food and generally poor wine list, a classic case


?best Sa Cuisine? Award For Durbanville Hills Chef + 2 More Prestigious Accolades

Durbanville Hills?s Tangram Restaurant in Cape Town has been awarded three awards at the annual Haute Grandeur Global Restaurant Awards?


Pics: Cape Town Restaurant Receives Three Global Awards

Durbanville Hills’s Tangram Restaurant was awarded three awards at the annual Haute Grandeur Global Restaurant Awards.


Do Fridays And Do Them Well!

Be sure to kick off your weekend on a high note with Wine Down Fridays at Durbanville Hills. Savour incredible wines paired to the soulful sounds of local musicians, rounded off with delectable dishes


Wine Down Fridays With Durbanville Hills

We can?t think of anything better than winding down after a busy week with spectacular sunsets, soothing sounds and a crisp glass of wine or bubbles.


Durbanville Hills: Where City Culture Meets Viticulture

Durbanville is not only a wine region but also a suburb of Cape Town, and Durbanville Hills winery emphasises its connection to the Mother City with its slogan, ?where city culture meets viticulture?,