A Darling Line Up
THE WIDEST RANGE OF DARLING WINES IN THE WORLD
(All under one roof AND deliverable to your door)
Set in the heart of the West Coast, famous for its springtime display of wild flowers, the Voorkamerfest and orchid nursery, the Darling Wine Shop showcases the wines of Darling. This family-inspired business is the brainchild of wine veteran Charles Withington and now so capably managed by Christelle van der Vyver.
The focus is on wines from Darling vineyards – and not only current vintages but some older wines and limited releases as well. There is also a small but important section of gems classified as “not Darling but dear to me” with a few exceptional items from producers with whom we have a personal connection
The Wine Shop is the Darling hub of matters food and wine and we hold regular tasting and “foodie” events on the VOORSTOEP in front of the shop and also some iconic deli-items headlined by the freshest mussels in the country, coming in fortnightly, and harvested that very morning.
What is now really growing is DARLING WINE ONLINE and where customers have found just how easy it is to order ANY of our products (no not the mussels !) and have them delivered to your door nationwide in South Africa.
COME AND VISIT US FOR A WARM DARLING WELCOME AND A GREAT DARLING WINE EXPERIENCE
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