Durbanville Hills

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Durbanville Hills Sparkling Wine Rose

A blend of 50% Shiraz and 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, the grapes were harvest by hand in the early morning at 22.5-23.5°B. Destemming and crushing took place in 15-ton separators and the free run juice was immediately separated from the skins to capture the beautiful colour. The juice was settled overnight and racked, and the two batches were fermented separately at 15°C for 14 to 21 days. Once blended, the wine was filtered two weeks before bottling.

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Durbanville Hills Cabernet Sauvignon

Nine leading vineyard owners in the Durbanville district joined forces with Distell to create Durbanville Hills with the aim of promoting the regional individuality of this prime wine-growing area. The striking Durbanville Hills cellar sits proudly atop a series of rolling hills with magnificent views of Table Mountain and Table Bay - the very geography that lies at the heart of what makes the wines so unique.

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Durbanville Hills Rose

Nine leading vineyard owners in the Durbanville district joined forces
with Distell to create Durbanville Hills with the aim of promoting the
regional individuality of this prime wine-growing area. The striking
Durbanville Hills cellar sits on the side of a series of rolling hills with
magnificent views of Table Mountain and Table Bay - the very
geography that lies at the heart of what makes the wines so unique.

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Durbanville Hills Pinotage

Nine leading vineyard owners in the Durbanville district joined forces with Distell to create Durbanville Hills with the aim of promoting the regional individuality of this prime wine-growing area. The striking Durbanville Hills cellar sits proudly atop a series of rolling hills with magnificent views of Table Mountain and Table Bay - the very geography that lies at the heart of what makes the wines so unique.

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Durbanville Hills Shiraz

Nine leading vineyard owners in the Durbanville district joined forces with Distell to create Durbanville Hills with the aim of promoting the regional individuality of this prime wine-growing area. The striking Durbanville Hills cellar sits on the side of a series of rolling hills with magnificent views of Table Mountain and Table Bay - the very geography that lies at the heart of what makes the wines so unique.

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Durbanville Hills Sauvignon Blanc

Medium-bodied wine with a mix bowl of tropical fruit flavours, citrus and ends with a lingering freshness. Enjoy on its own, slightly chilled, or served with grilled fish, tomato-based soup, green salad or a selection of cheeses.

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Durbanville Hills Merlot

Medium to full-bodied wine with sweet fruits on palate, rounded off with silky tannins and a full mouth feel that has a prolonged after taste. Perfectly paired with rich meat dishes prepared plainly with hints of rosemary and thyme.

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Durbanville Hills Sparkling Sauvignon Blanc

Our maiden Sauvignon Blanc Sparkling Wine consists of 100% Sauvignon Blanc grapes which were hand-harvested in the early morning at 22.5-23.5°B. At the cellar the grapes are de-stemmed into 15 ton separators and the free run juice is separated from the skins, left overnight to settle and then racked to the fermentation tank. Here it is inoculated with a selected yeast strain and fermented at 15°C, which takes between 14 and 23 days. After fermentation the wine is racked from its primary lees.

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Durbanville Hills Chenin Blanc

An abundance of fruity aromas, citrus with a sweet oak spice. A medium bodied wine with a sweet lingering finish. Pair with plainly grilled fish, avocado based salads, shellfish and Peking duck.

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Durbanville Hills Chardonnay

Nine leading vineyard owners in the Durbanville district joined forces with Distell to create Durbanville Hills with the aim of promoting the regional individuality of this prime wine-growing area. The striking Durbanville Hills cellar sits on the side of a series of rolling hills with magnificent views of Table Mountain and Table Bay - the very geography that lies at the heart of what makes the wines so unique.

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