These wine-paired dinners in Durbanville Hills’ restaurant include a tutored tasting and a three-course meal.
Winter in Cape Town sheds a special kind of beauty over the Winelands, especially if you’re huddled in a comfortable restaurant, savouring quality wines. So, we were thrilled to learn that Durbanville Hills, a mere 20-minute drive from the city centre, is hosting a series of immersive wine-paired dinners, sure to keep you warm on a cold winter’s night. The newly appointed Head Chef at Durbanville Hills restaurant is 29-year-old Tamzyn Ehlers, who channels her creativity and eye for aesthetics in the creation of her wholesome, flavour-packed dishes.
Diarise these dates for Winter of Wander at Durbanville Hills
Each event is themed around a specific country, allowing you to enjoy Durbanville Hills’ range of unique terroirs with a specially prepared three-course menu reflecting the particular nation’s culinary traditions.
Scheduled dates for winter wine-tasting events:
8 August 2019: Spain
The dinners take place in Durbanville Hills’ restaurant which has seating overlooking spectacular views of Table Mountain and Table Bay.
So be sure to book your place, by contacting Durbanville Hills at the details provided below.
About Durbanville Hills’ Collectors Reserve range
This range of wines is specially crafted to reflect the variety of flavours found in this region, where cool maritime breezes mix with the warmer conditions of the valley. In order to connect the beauty of the Winelands to the vibrancy of the city, Durbanville Hills commissioned the services of talented artist Theo Vorster to depict prominent Cape Town landmarks on the labels of each bottle.
The result is a unique range of vintages that are sure to appeal to wine and art lovers alike.