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A glass of chilled Dur­banville Hills Sauvi­gnon Blanc is the per­fect part­ner for a lin­ger­ing lunch out­doors

IT’S KNOWN THAT re­gional cli­mates can re­sult in vastly dif­fer­ent tast­ing notes within the same va­ri­etal, and Dur­banville Hills Sauvi­gnon Blanc is no ex­cep­tion. Hail­ing from the south­ern slopes of nine vine­yards in the Western Cape’s prime wine-grow­ing re­gion of Dur­banville, this award-win­ning, char­ac­ter­ful Sauvi­gnon Blanc has long en­joyed a happy re­la­tion­ship with sum­mer favourites, such as seafood, fish, pasta and sal­ads.

The ge­og­ra­phy of the Dur­banville area al­lows for cool, moist sea breezes that drift in­land, and late-af­ter­noon mists – ideal con­di­tions for the slow ripen­ing of qual­ity grapes. The re­sult is seam­lessly lay­ered fruit f lavours, from trop­i­cal pa­paya and grape­fruit to fra­grant guava and goose­berry, lead­ing up to a crisp fin­ish and a full mouth­feel. It’s the clas­sic com­ple­ment to beau­ti­ful food and sublime weather.

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