Its cool climate wines recently stood out in local and international wine competitions.
The 2018 Tangram was included in SA’s Top 15 Bordeaux-Style Red Wines and praised as “elegant and polished” at the 2022 Decanter World Wine Awards. Locally, Durbanville Hills achieved six gold medals and two double golds at the Veritas Wine Awards 2022, including a museum-class gold, showcasing the longevity of the winery’s wines.
The awards for Durbanville Hills, in the different ranks of the Veritas Wine Awards 2022, are:
- Cape Mist Sauvignon Blanc Collectors Reserve 2021
- Durbanville Hills Signature Sauvignon Blanc 2021 (Exclusive to Woolworths)
- Tangram White Blend 2018 (Museum Class)
- White Mix Tangram 2019
- White Mix Tangram 2020
- Chenin Blanc Collectors Reserve 2021
- Sauvignon Blanc Collectors Reserve 2019
- Merlot Collectors Reserve 2020
Cellar Master Martin Moore says the synergy of the entire Durbanville Hills team is undoubtedly the reason they are making exceptional wines.
“We have had relationships with our grape growers for decades and, along with the support of our winery, winemakers and viticulturists, we have a formidable team working together towards a common goal: making exceptional wine. Combine their hard work and talent with our proximity to the ocean, just 10 km away, and the endless variety of hills and slopes, and we have the perfect recipe for making wines that are not only a pleasure to drink but also a pleasure to keep.”
Add add these fine wines to your collection or visit the winery for a tasting, lunch or dinner, with incredible views of Table Mountain and Table Bay.
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