Delheim’s mini-Jazz Fest in the heart of the winelands returns

Delheim’s mini-Jazz Fest in the heart of the winelands returns

Popular jazz-and-fondue events to warm up cold Cape winter Sundays Every Sunday, from 3 July to 28 August 2022. Celebrated Stellenbosch wine destination, Delheim Estate is proud to announce the return of its top-notch mini-Jazz Festival and a line-up of some of the...
Delheim Estate’s expert-assisted Wild Mushroom Forage returns

Delheim Estate’s expert-assisted Wild Mushroom Forage returns

Top-rated presentation, forage, and lunch sprout FOR ONE DAY ONLY Thursday, 16 June From blushers to dyeballs and laughing gyms to deceivers – that’s the fungus in store, and more, now that the splendid hunt for wild mushrooms at Delheim Estate in Stellenbosch is...
NEW ERA FOR DELHEIM EDELSPATZ WITH RELEASE OF 2020 VINTAGE

NEW ERA FOR DELHEIM EDELSPATZ WITH RELEASE OF 2020 VINTAGE

Grand elder of South African Noble Late Harvest wines “was almost never made” Renowned Stellenbosch estate Delheim has just unveiled the highly anticipated new vintage of Edelspatz Riesling – one of the wine world’s iconic Noble Late Harvests (NLH) and most...
Built on Place, Lived through Family

Built on Place, Lived through Family

Anyone driving up the road to Delheim Estate, the rows of vines ahead and that sight of the majestic Simonsberg towering over the landscape, will understand that we are somewhat impassioned about Delheim’s sense of place. It is a home and the source of our livelihood,...
The Beginnings of Delheim on a farm named Driesprong

The Beginnings of Delheim on a farm named Driesprong

The origins of Delheim can be traced back to 1699 when Cape governor Simon van der Stel, the founder of Stellenbosch, granted his piece of land on the Simonsberg to Lourenz Kamfer, a German soldier who had served in the Dutch East India Company. The modern history of...

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