With over 10 000 guests attending the Autumn Edition of Restaurant Week across South Africa, the Durbanville Hills Restaurant was awarded as the Best Winelands Restaurant, for a second year in a row.


Mothers are actually very easy to please. Clear your schedule and spend a couple of hours in her company and she’ll feel like the luckiest mom in the world.


Enjoy Restaurant Week South Africa’s first autumn edition at Durbanville Hills Restaurant from 21 April to 1 May.


Two of Durbanville Hills’ Chardonnay wines are amongst the Top 15 South African wines as judged during the 23rd Chardonnay du Monde held annually in Burgundy.


Durbanville Hills has released just over 1600 bottles of its limited edition 2015 The Scout Pinot Grigio. The wine forms part of the cellar’s latest range The Scout range, available exclusively to Wine Club members and at its tasting room.


Durbanville Hills has just introduced its first Cap Classique, and cellar master Martin Moore is a proud man. “Come and taste,” he says. “It’s lovely!”


The Durbanville Hills Restaurant was named as the Best Restaurant in the Winelands in the 2015 Restaurant Week South Africa Awards held from 22 October until 1 November.


Have you ever thought what hidden wonders the area around Table Mountain holds?


When summer gets into the swing of things, you know it’s time to head to Durbanville Hills for the Durbanville Wine Valley’s Season of Sauvignon.


Pinotage, the cultivar that is unique to South Africa, will be celebrated not only at Durbanville Hills Wines and many other South African wineries on International Pinotage Day,