CWWU & DURBANVILLE HILLS WINES DURBAN NOVEMBER INVITE | Come Join Us

CWWU & DURBANVILLE HILLS WINES DURBAN NOVEMBER INVITE

The Village Table, 6 Lagoon Drive, Umlanga

Smart – With a touch of art (think creative, art broaches, shirts, accessories ect)
R430 pp inc Durbanville bubbly on arrival, three- course menu paired with wines from NEW Durbanville Hills Collectors Reserve Range and live music.
13 November 2019 at 18:45-22:30. Book Now
14 November 2019 at 18:45-22:30. Book Now

Helloo Durban! We back again! For the month of November you are invited to our YEAR END event of the year – an evening full of food, art and wine with NEW Durbanville Hills Collectors Reserve Range.

Expect a welcome drink, bubbly on arrival. Thereafter indulge in a delicious three-course inspired meal expertly prepared by the chefs from The Village Table restaurant, and carefully matched with the NEW Durbanville Hills Collectors Reserve Range.

Live music by guitarist, Rorke Kemp will set the perfect tone for a special evening of flavour discovery and entertainment.

Come Wine With Us is the perfect excuse to dine, dance, and enjoy the evening with fellow food and wine friends.

Check out Durbanville Hills Wines, The Village Table restaurant and Rorke Kemp.

CWWU & DURBANVILLE HILLS WINES DURBAN NOVEMBER INVITE | Come Join Us

 

About Durbanville Hills Collectors Reserve Range

 

CWWU & DURBANVILLE HILLS WINES DURBAN NOVEMBER INVITE | Come Join Us

Durbanville began as an “outspan” (resting place) area named Pampoenkraal that became a meeting place for early travellers, transport riders and local farmers. In 1685, one of the farms in the area, Roosboom, so impressed Governor of the Cape, Simon van der Stel that he noted it for posterity.

CWWU & DURBANVILLE HILLS WINES DURBAN NOVEMBER INVITE | Come Join Us

At the time of his trip, the first farmers had been in the region around the spring and the pan for over twenty years. The spring became a popular resting place during the early 18th century. Travellers to and from the coast would stop here to replenish water and food supplies, creating a demand for fresh meat and a market for cattle farmers. Soon cattle farming was supplemented with wheat production. Not long after, the first vineyards were planted and within a decade most farmers were producing enough wine for themselves and their dependants.

CWWU & DURBANVILLE HILLS WINES DURBAN NOVEMBER INVITE | Come Join Us

As early as 1702 the first surplus of wine was recorded among the producers and could very well have resulted in the first sales of wine from the region. This small village developed over time and was named Durbanville in 1886.

Inspired by Cape Town’s radiant energy and creative demeanour, our new premium offering – The Collector’s Reserve – is a unique range specially crafted by our winemakers using only the finest grapes from Cape Town’s best vineyards.

Read more about Durbanville Hills Collectors Reserve Range Here

 

About The Village Table Restaurant

 

CWWU & DURBANVILLE HILLS WINES DURBAN NOVEMBER INVITE | Come Join Us

Bringing people together in a central meeting place in the village of Umhlanga. The stylish and buzzing Village Table situated in The Pearls Shopping Centre is much more than just a restaurant – it is an experience.CWWU & DURBANVILLE HILLS WINES DURBAN NOVEMBER INVITE | Come Join Us

The cosmopolitan ambiance is ideal for intimate dinners and group gatherings alike. fusing cuisine, cocktails and culture in a fashionable setting.
CWWU & DURBANVILLE HILLS WINES DURBAN NOVEMBER INVITE | Come Join Us

Their menu offers a selection of Afro-Portuguese, Mediterranean and continental cuisine with their personal flair.

CWWU & DURBANVILLE HILLS WINES DURBAN NOVEMBER INVITE | Come Join Us

Fresh ingredients are guaranteed by Food Lover’s Market located in our backyard makes every dish shine and is full of colour and bursting with flavour.

Read more about Village Table Here

 

About Rorke Kemp

 

CWWU & DURBANVILLE HILLS WINES DURBAN NOVEMBER INVITE | Come Join Us

Durban-raised, Stellenbosch-grown musician: Rorke cut his teeth on blues, but never misses a chance to entertain and perform his renditions of popular music as well as his own original catalog.

Back home from Cape Town and stages such as Rocking The Daisies and Woordfees, he is keen to rediscover KZN.

Listen to Rorke Kemp’s music Here

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