Delaire Graff White Rock Sauvignon Blanc 2018, partner to Roberta Muir’s Manchego, Orange & Walnut Salad…

Made especially for Woolworths, Morné Vrey's Delaire Graff White Rock Sauvignon Blanc 2018 is a sublime expression of the grape...

Delaire Graff Banghoek Reserve Chardonnay 2017, lovely start to a meal with Carey Boucher Erasmus’s Chicken Liver Parfait, Spiced Cranberry Compote & Brioche…

Made from the Estate's own grapes, picked at different times to add complexity, the Delaire Graff Banghoek Reserve Chardonnay 2017...

Delaire Graff Cabernet Franc Rosé 2018, fun with Christine Capendale’s Feta, Caramelised Onion & Biltong Focaccia…

A fine Twixmas wine, made in the year of exrtreme drought using a parent of Cabernet Sauvignon, Delaire Graff Cabernet Franc Rosé 2018...

Delaire Graff Banghoek Reserve Merlot 2016, so good with Alida Ryder’s Crispy bacon & brie grilled cheese sandwich with caramelised onions…

Delaire Graff Banghoek Reserve Merlot 2016, grapes harvested from a single vineyard on the Estate. A pure fine Merlot.

Delaire Graff Botmaskop 2016, perfect partner for Robyn Wallace’s Impala Shanks…

Delaire Graff Botmaskop 2016 The Delaire Graff Wine Estate sits below Botmaskop at the top of the Helshoogte Pass in the Stellenbosch Wine Appellation. Named Helshoogte, some think by the Rev Pierre Simond, a Protestant priest and meester who came over from France with the first flush of the French Huguenots fleeing from France as

Delaire Graff Coastal Cuvée Sauvignon Blanc 2017 with Virgil Kahn’s Asparagus & Broccoli – 27.09.2017

Delaire Coastal Cuvée Sauvignon Blanc 2017 with Virgil Kahn's Asparagus & Broccoli. A fine Coastal Region Sauvignon to match Virgil's Asian food style.

Delaire Graff Shiraz 2015 & Dianne Bibby’s Roast leg of lamb with sweet onion marmalade – 16.05.2017

Delaire Graff Shiraz 2015 Morné Vrey, the winemaker at Delaire Graff Estate at the top of the Helshoogte Pass in the Stellenbosch Wine Appellation, not only has his own grapes to use in winemaking, but also those of contracted vineyards which are nursed by the Delaire viticulturist, Kallie Fernhout. Morné Vrey & assistant Bethwell Sombhuza

Delaire Graff Chef Michael Deg continues to shine

Michael Deg, Executive Chef at Delaire Graff Restaurant When announcements are made for national restaurant competitions, Top Tens, The Best in the Land, or whatever, I am always surprised not to see Michael Deg’s name on the list. Here is a young chef who is passionate and dedicated and talented, who for me rises above

Delaire Graff Estate – a diamond in the Stellenbosch Crown

Looking North from The Delaire Graff Restaurant Deck The History In the early 1980s John and Erica Platter, creators of the eponymous Wine Guide, bought a farm on the side of a mountain called Avonduur. It was renamed Delaire, French for ‘from the eyrie’ as it looked down over the most amazing scenery.