Date(s) - 27/06/2017
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
To warm up the coming winter months, Durbanville Hills is launching its new and exciting interactive cooking classes for aspiring foodies, in collaboration with The Little Pink Chef, Maryke Josling. This limited offering will be taking on two different occasions – the first on 27 June and the second on 29 July – from 18:30 at only R495.00 per person. Spots are limited, so make sure to secure a booking before they fill up.
The two classes on offer are an Italian cooking class, which will take place in June, and a sushi-making class, set for July. Upon arrival, each guest will receive a welcome drink followed by a tutored wine tasting of the Durbanville Hills range. From there, guests will set off to their stations to start preparing dinner.
In the Italian class on the 27th of June 2017, which allows a maximum of 18 participants, guests will be taught how to perfect the art of pasta-making. For the second class taking place on the 29th of July 2017, things may get a little fishy as guests learn everything there is to know about becoming the ultimate sushi master. This class allows a maximum of 24 participants.
Simone Koen, Public Relations Officer at Durbanville Hills, says that these classes will not only offer guests the opportunity to refine their cooking skills, but will also guide them on how to pair each of the dishes they create with the perfect wines. “We are very excited about the upcoming introduction of these cooking classes as this is something completely new for the winery. Our hope that guests find them informative and fun, allowing for the introduction of many more exciting classes in the future.”
For more information please contact Simone Koen on 021 558 1300 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Durbanville Hills:
A place where city culture and viticulture connect, Durbanville Hills is located a mere 20 minutes away from the Cape Town city centre, standing proud against the Tygerberg Hills. The winery not only offers a spectacular view of Table Mountain, Table Bay and Robben Island, but also an extraordinary terroir that moderates temperatures, one of the main contributing factors that shape the lively harmonious wines of Durbanville Hills.