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The Durbanville Wine Valley

The Durbanville Wine Valley is situated approximately 30 minutes from the airport and 25 minutes from Cape town's CBD. This positions the Valley perfectly as it is situated on Cape Town’s urban edge making the area easily accessible. The proximity to the ocean has a profound effect on the terroir that influences the collection of exceptional wines produced in the Valley.

The Durbanville Wine Valley recognizes the modern traveller as inquisitive – someone who is looking for unique, personal experiences that are authentic and engaging. This is precisely what the valley offers with its flair of intrigue that ignites curiosity and promises excitement.

Locals, foreigners, families and tour groups who choose to visit the Durbanville Wine Valley are welcomed with warm hospitality by each of the twelve farms that make up this unique area situated on the urban edge of Cape Town – 30 minutes from the City centre.

Warm hospitality, rich flavours, exceptional wines and engaging experiences that are interwoven into the core of what the Durbanville Wine Valley is all about.

The modern day world is dynamic, fast and at times challenging to navigate. The Durbanville Wine Valley is where visitors can slow down, explore and enjoy the experiences on offer.

The farms in the Durbanville Wine Valley – each with their distinctive characteristics are:  Altydgedacht, Bloemendal, Canto, D’Aria Winery, De Grendel, Diemersdal, Durbanville Hills, Hillcrest Estate, Klein Roosboom Boutique Winery, Meerendal, Nitida, Phizantekraal Wines and Signal Gun.



  • Wines
  • Restaurants
  • Mountain Biking
  • Accommodation


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The Durbanville Wine Valley

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