Alles in Afrikaans

Die Burger Proefees

Wyn op Tygervalley

  Die Burger Proefees sal vanjaar op Vrydag 27 en Saterdag 28 Julie by die Tygervalleisentrum in Bellville aangebied word. Die Proefees beleef vanjaar ‘n opwindende herlewing met topgehalte wyn-uitstallers, ‘n ruim nuwe venue in die sentrum waar die funksie aangebied word, en ekstra sorg met die beplanning sodat elke aspek van die proefees vir ‘n aangename ervaring sal sorg. Die wynfees word gehou in die sentrum se nuut opgeknapte arena – ‘n groot oop fokuspunt net onder die kos-wandelhal en restaurante. Vanjaar kan besoekers uitsien na ‘n nuwe element by die fees met lewende musiek, kosstalletjies waaronder C-Side Oysters en Redies Chinese Restaurant & Sushi Bar, en sithoekies                  


Treating your mom on Mother’s Day

Durbanville Hills

It's that time of the year when we're able to treat those special ladies that gave us life and so very much more. So if you're lucky to be near your mother next Sunday, have you thought of what to do for her? Breakfast in bed or special pampering may be in order, as may a well-chosen gift or something else to show her your appreciation for making you what you are today. How about a massage of spa voucher, or a shopping spree? If she's daring, then why not splash out on a boat trip or even helicopter flip? If you're thinking of taking her out for a meal or tea to spoil her, well, the possibilities are endless. Most restaurants and establishments will be making the most of Mother's Day and will offer                  

Wine & Wineries



    DURBANVILLE HILLS RECEIVES GOLD ACROSS WINE RANGE Durbanville Hills Wines received three gold medals across its three wine ranges at the 15th annual Michelangelo International Wine Awards. A panel of international judges bestowed these on the 2011 Durbanville Hills Sauvignon Blanc, the 2008 Rhinofields Merlot and the 2008 Caapmans Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot blend. The 2011 Durbanville Hills Merlot Rosé, 2009 Rhinofields Chardonnay and 2009 Rhinofields Outer Valley Sauvignon Blanc received silver. Cellar master Martin Moore said he was delighted with the result especially as each of the three gold awards went to a different range. “Since our first vintage in 1999 we’ve extended our                  

Eating Out


Biltong Tasting

BILTONG AND WINE TASTING AT DURBANVILLE HILLS What would South African hospitality be without a generous helping of biltong? It’s synonymous with holidays, mid-afternoon snacks, rugby, braai and educating international guests. With this in mind the Durbanville Hills Winery has added a new biltong and wine tasting to its offering at the cellar and by doing so, brings two great South African specialties together.  Biltong was most probably the first convenience food developed, originating from the Dutch settlers who sun-dried strips of meat as ready-to-eat sustenance during their treks across the country. And as diverse as South African wines are, so are the various biltong and droëwors varieties. From the                  

Wine & Wineries



  The much-anticipated 2011 Durbanville Hills Merlot Rosé has been launched and is now available nationally. Sure to turn heads with its inviting strawberry and raspberry freshness, the wine extends the Hills range of food-friendly wines and brings versatility for all year enjoyment.  Whether enjoying it as a summer sundowner after a hard day’s work, surrounded by your favourite people and tapas-style nibbles or at the dinner table served with duck in winter, berry desserts in spring and seared tuna in autumn, you can adapt the Durbanville Hills Merlot Rosé  to any occasion.     Winemaker Gunther Kellerman is proud of the fact that this rosé made from Merlot grapes extends                  


Jakkie Louw in concert at Durbanville Hills, 11 February 2011


Celebrate the harvest season at Durbanville Hills when Jakkie Louw will be performing at the cellar on 11 February. Famous for his ‘Drie Pikkewyne’, ‘Rambo die Polisiehond’ and ‘Sannie Kriel van Sunnyside’, Jakkie Louw offers an unforgettable experience. The concert will take place under the olive trees as the sun sets across Table Bay, and guests are welcome to bring their own blankets and chairs. Picnic goodies can also be brought along, or guests can pre-order a gourmet deli-style picnic platter for R200 for two people sharing. Durbanville Hills wine will be on sale, and no other alcohol will be allowed on the premises. Date: Friday, 11 February 2011 Time: Gates open at 18.00 and the