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Darling Cellars, West Coast

Darling Cellars, West Coast

The Darling Cellars in the Western Cape, was established in 1996 in the beautiful West Coast region, demarcated as “Wine of Origin Darling” in 2003, with its unique terroir producing wines that are region and varietal true. The cool and temperate West Coast climate lends itself to a variety of micro- and meso-climates which, along with the different soil types, lead to unique grapes which are guided into even more unique wines. Some 20 shareholders produce grapes from a total of ±1300ha, for the Darling Cellars.

Darling Cellars, West Coast Wine Range

Investment continues in the winery and cellar with some of the most modern and up to date winemaking equipment in the industry today. A modern bottling line, new presses, a barrel maturation cellar, a new grape off-loading system and continuing replanting of vineyards, to include noble cultivars, all contribute to our advances in contemporary winemaking.

The award winning ranges, Darling Cellars Premium range, Darling Cellars Reserve range, Flamingo Bay Range, Stand Alone Wines, Darling Cellars Blanc de Blanc Brut, Methodé Cap Classique, Lime Kilns and Cellar Master’s Signature Selection offers every wine lover a choice to suit one’s taste and pocket with a quality-price ratio that is unequalled in the South African trade.

Cellar Master Abé Beukes summarises it well with: “What nature gives us each year; we try and get into the bottle with passion and honour

Tasting and wine sales:  Monday – Thursday 08:00 – 17:00: Friday 08:00 – 16:00: Saturday & public holiday 10:00 – 14:00: Closed on Sundays, Good Friday, Christmas and New Year’s Day. Cellar Tours and Picnics available by appointment only: Tel +27 (0) 22 492 2276: Website: Address: R315, Mamre Weg Station, Darling.

Directions: Take the N7 to Malmesbury, turn left onto the R315 and continue for about 19km.

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