250ml Balsamic Vinegar

Kristel van Tonder

+27 21 970 5800

Crisp and fruity Balsamic vinegar available in 250ml glass bottles. Aged for 5 years

Product or Service

HS200190 - Vegetable preparations; vegetables; fruit; nuts and other edible parts of plants; prepared or preserved by vinegar or acetic acid (excluding cucumbers and gherkins)



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Contact Infomation

Company Name: Hillcrest Estate Durbanville (Pty) Ltd

Company Address: Tygerberg Valley Rd (M13), Cape Farms, 7551, South Africa

Company General Phone: +27 21 970 5800

Company General Mail: info@hillcrestfarm.co.za

Company Website: https://hillcrestfarm.co.za/

Key Contact: Kristel van Tonder

Key Contact Phone: +27 82 824 0244

Key Contact General Mail: kristel@hillcrestfarm.co.za

Company Information

Incorporation Date: November 22, 1995

BEE: Exempted Micro Enterprise (turnover is below R10M)

Woman-Owned: No

Company Size: 10 – 20

Distribution: Retail , Wholesale , Private Label , Direct sales , Representatives

Company Overview: Hillcrest Estate is a boutique winery that vinifies between 40-50 tons of grapes per year. That means our vineyards produce approximately 33 000 bottles of wine, evenly split between white and red wines, making Hillcrest wines unique and highly sort after. Our vineyards and terroir impact our wines, and so they are carefully looked after throughout the year. Geologically Hillcrest is quite unique, in that our vineyards are strewn with Malmesbury shale, a sedimentary rock formed by magma millions of years ago. Our vineyards are 110 to 390 meters above sea level and are planted with the varietals that are best suited to the aspect and differing temperatures. Our Sauvignon Blanc is planted on the higher slopes as it enjoys cooler temperatures, whilst the reds are planted lower down, where they benefit from a slightly warmer position. Hillcrest Estate is situated in close proximity to the Atlantic ocean, which cools our vineyards and allows for a slow ripening period. This, in turn, means our grapes reach full phenolic ripeness whilst maintaining a good acid structure. Resulting in well-balanced wines with pronounced fruit that can be aged for a good period of time.

Year Started Exporting:


Countries Currently Exporting to:

Belgium, Denmark, Namibia, Zimbabwe

Countries Hoping to Export to:

China, Sweden, United Kingdom

Registered Under the Following Trade Agreements: