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About Darling Cellars

Situated on the Darling/Malmesbury Road, Darling Cellars produces a wide range of excellent white and red wines.

It's premier range is the Onyx range with excellent Sauvignon Blanc and Shiraz. They have an extensive reserve range with excellent value-for-money wines, as well as the Zantsi range for easy drinking.

Added By: Strathnaver
Telephone:
022 492 2276
Website:
http://www.darlingce​llars.co.za
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Darling Cellars is 17.2km from the centre of Darling , the nearest airport 59.5km (Cape Town International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling