Durbanville Boutique Wine Association

June 6, 2011

Winter Langtafel Lunch - 25 June 2011

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Join us for a delicious, lazy lunch paired with beautiful boutique wines…

April 1, 2011

APRIL FOOL! JOIN US TONIGHT FOR WINE, FOOD AND FOOLERY!

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(Click on image for a larger printable version / Kliek op prent vir ‘n groter, drukker-vriendelike weergawe)

March 3, 2011

HARVEST 2011

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For more information on De Vallei’s Harvest, visit our Facebook page:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/DE-VALLEI-WINES/

February 17, 2011

Think Global, but Eat and Drink Local … Valmary Butchery & Deli, Durbanville

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For as long as anyone can remember, Durbanville has had a Valmary Butchery.  It’s moved around quite a bit since the days that rugby legend Mannetjies Roux started it, but was recently taken over by the husband-and-wife team, Annalize & Christo Botha.

With Christo, an engineer by trade, ensuring that fridges stay cold, meat slicers stay sharp and everything that may give trouble during the week gets fixed over weekends (his wife lovingly refers to him as her “handyman”) it is over to Annalize, a highly qualified food technologist, to ensure that only the best products are on the shelves.

Valmary Butchery & Deli quickly realised that it would be impossible to compete with the mass retailers when it comes to bulk buying and discounting, and the best option was to provide top quality products and services unavailable at the supermarkets to the discerning residents of Durbanville and surrounding areas. A recent comment on the www.ilaaikdurbanville.co.za website confirms the superior quality you can expect to receive when Colleen Paioni wrote: “Just had an awesome steak from Valmary Butchery. Quality definitely counts!!!!”

When Valmary Butchery & Deli decided to also stock a limited range of top quality wines, it was decided to work with those people who share the same philosophy that size is unimportant when it comes to matters of passion, the Durbanville Boutique Wine Association. Each member of the DBWA was given the opportunity to make one wine available, and in this way a showcase of local, handcrafted wines has been put together. These wines are sold at the same prices as at the cellar door, therefore offering real convenience without having to drive from farm to farm.

Valmary Butchery & Deli provides a wide range of speciality braai products, cold meats and will even do all of those little things that most cooks are scared of, such as deboning a leg of lamb or stuffing a pork neck.

So for real quality meat, deli products and now also some authentic, local wine made by passionate boutique winemakers, visit Valmary Butchery & Deli at Shop 4, 34 Oxford Street, Durbanville or contact them on 021 975 3581.

February 1, 2011

Summer Langtafel @ Kronendal Boutique Winery

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July 23, 2010

DE VALLEI & DE MALLE MEUL MAALTYD

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June 13, 2010

Welbeloond Sauvignon Blanc ‘09 listed @ Moyo (Eden on the Bay)

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Durbanville boutique winery Welbeloond can now be enjoyed at Moyo (Eden on the Bay) restaurant.

moyo Blouberg, situated at Eden on the Bay in Blaauwberg is only 20min from cosmopolitan Cape Town. Located along the unspoiled shores of the West Coast, Eden on the Bay is inspired by the natural rhythms of the Atlantic Ocean. With views of the two most acclaimed brand icons, Table Mountain and Robben Island, moyo will look over them as a loving African ancestor.

For more information, contact:
Shop 50
Eden on the Bay Shopping Centre
cnr Otto du Plessis & Big Bay Boulevard, Big Bay, Bloubergstrand
7441
Tel +27 21 554 9671 (main restaurant)
Tel +27 21 554 9672 (reservations / functions)
mariaan@moyo.co.za

May 6, 2010

Waterfront Wine Affair

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Four of our bravest members donned their donkey jackets and unfurled their umbrellas to taste and talk about the philosophy of boutique wines, viticulture, the state of the nation and whether the Stormers’ winning streak is sustainable.  Check out Graham Howe’s take on the Waterfront Wine Affair here:

http://www.wine.co.za/News/News.aspx?NEWSID=15693&Source=HomePage

March 2, 2010

FESTIVAL of TASTE 2010

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January 30, 2010

Festival of Taste 2010

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For the press release, click here

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