The Delft inspired hand-drawn illustration showcases the historical and winemaking facets of the Durbanville region with the vineyards depicted through the view of Table Mountain forming the centre of the illustration.
The region’s Dutch heritage is eloquently illustrated in all aspects of the Durbanville Valley Sauvignon blanc wine label from the Delft-blue rendering to the custom typography. The ensemble of historic landmarks were subtly incorporated in the illustration to further showcase the area’s rich history. The association with agriculture also emerges in the tractor, grape harvesting, and pumpkins with the latter also a reference to the region’s original name. Pampoenkraal (Pumpkin Kraal) hails from Afrikaans, which is further represented in the word “oesjaar”, meaning vintage.