Meander Through the Vines at Diemersdal (Durbanville)
Diemersdal prides itself in the legacy of hardworking families and has a history steeped in passionate winemaking dating back to the 1800’s. According to an old winemaking inventory, the estate has yielded wine for over three centuries. Situated in one of the Cape oldest wine areas, Dyemersal has seen the Louw family at the helm since 1885.
Diemersdal adhere to going green whilst making great wines and have certification that their wine has been produced in a sustainable way which is respectful of nature. This ‘Sustainable Wines of South Africa’ seal was launched with the vintage 2010. When it comes to winetasting, the estate shares a recipe on preparing stuffed calamari with basil and peppers to pair with a glass of Diemersdal Chardonnay Unwooded 2011. Give the new vintage of their flagship Sauvignon Blanc a try. This MM Louw Sauvignon Blanc 2011 with fynbos, asparagus and tropical fruit flavours has recently been bottled and not yet rated.
To view more wine estates in the region see Durbanville Wine Estates or see South Africa Wine Estates for a general overview and links to other wine producing regions.
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