Durbanville Hills Wines will take visitors on an eight-week journey to discover the food and culture of countries from around the world. You can join this journey each Wednesday evening, starting on 16 July.
The concept of the world travel tasting series is inspired by cellar master Martin Moore who travels regularly hosting tastings and wine and food pairings abroad. He says his love of food and cooking has enormously enriched his life and he returns from each country inspired to apply what he has learnt and experienced at his next dinner party or gourmet braai.
The themed evenings at Durbanville Hills Wines will be led by Martin, red winemaker Wilhelm Coetzee or white winemaker Gunther Kellerman – both avid cooks too – and will be devoted to the unique culture as well as the food and wine of countries from around the world. One week you could find yourself tasting the best New Zealand Sauvignon blancs, the next, mastering the art of wine blending when exploring France or pairing Spanish tapas with the wines from Spain.
The programme, according to country, is:
16 July France
23 July New Zealand
30 July Peru
6 August Spain
13 August Asia
20 August South Africa
27 August Middle East
3 September United States
Cost: R280 per person. This includes a welcome drink, dinner, wine tasting, coffee and a sweet treat. Durbanville Hills’ wines will be on sale throughout the evening.
Time: 18.30 for 19.00
Venue: Durbanville Hills Wines
Booking is essential. Contact Simone Brown on 021 558 1300 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to book or for more information