Durbanville Hills Durbanville Hills Shiraz

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The unique character of this wine lies in the influence of the different vineyards from which the grapes were sourced. The grapes were selected from various low yield vineyards, established between 1985 and 1990 and planted in deep, dark red soils at around 250 m above sea level. All the vines were grafted on Phylloxera resistant rootstocks and trellised on different trellising systems. Pest and disease control was implemented according to South African IPW standards.

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Food Pairings

This wine is perfectly paired with exotically seasoned dishes such as Japanese teriyaki and tender Moroccan lamb or roast venison, beef and lamb with chocolate-chili sauce.