Winter is a magical time to explore the winelands and a series of food and wine evenings paired with exotic global cuisine at Durbanville Hills, will add some warmth to the cooler nights.

In this series, the winemaking team will showcase how the cool climate red wines truly reflect the unique terroir by matching the Durbanville Hills Collector’s Reserve range with the diverse food flavours of France, Brazil, Austria and Spain on alternate evenings.

Come and explore these wines inspired by the vibrancy of Cape Town’s city life on the following country cuisine specific evenings:

  • 9 May –France
  • 13 June –Brazil
  • 11 July –Austria
  • 8th August –Spain.

The evening includes a tutored tasting and a three-course paired menu with each wine of the evening.
Booking is essential and tickets cost R325 per person.
For more information or to book please contact Kamo Malaza on or 021 558 1300


The location of Durbanville Hills’ cellar, a mere 20 minutes from Cape Town’s city centre, offers not only a spectacular view of Table Mountain and Table Bay, but also an extraordinary terroir with an almost endless variety of slopes, soil types and microclimates.

Although the area of Durbanville is among the coolest wine-growing areas in the Cape Winelands, Cape Town offers warm weather with plenty of sunshine allowing winemakers in and around the city to have more fun with red wines.

The red wines crafted here benefit from the valley outskirts and opposing northern slopes which provide ideal warmer conditions for slow and proper ripening of the grapes and together with the cool maritime breezes and swirling mists, results in wines that truly reflect the unique location of Durbanville.

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