The Collector’s Reserve range is unlike anything Durbanville Hills has ever produced and to complement each of the wines in the range, the cellar commissioned Capetonian artist, Theo Vorster, to pair each wine with a prominent landmark in Cape Town, most of which are visible from the winery. Theo is known for creating unique pieces of art using new hand-coloured Linocuts, ultimately transporting viewers into an energised, playful dimension. With each landmark comes a distinctive story which can be found on the back of the respective bottles.
Cape Mist Sauvignon Blanc– The Cape Mist is a natural phenomenon in Cape Town, creating the perfect cool conditions at Durbanville and for Sauvignon Blanc vines specifically.
The Cape Garden Chenin Blanc– Historically fresh produce was supplied at the Gardens historically, much like the Chenin Blanc vineyards that was originally a vegetable garden.
The Cableway Chardonnay – providing a unique perspective and experience of Cape Town.
The Lighthouse Merlot– The lighthouse guide ships along the misty Cape Coast and this very cool, moist mist cool the vineyards allowing the Merlot’s unique character to develop.
The Promenade Pinotage– a reminder to savour experiences, whether it translates to wine tasting or breath-taking panoramic views from the seafront promenade.
The Castle of Good Hope Cabernet Sauvignon – The Castle of Good Hope is a Bastion fort with strategic views of the Table Bay landscape and the Atlantic Ocean.
The High Noon Shiraz– Based on The Noon Gun on Signal Hill, originally used to alert the city of arriving ships.