Q&A: Meet Delheim’s new dynamic winemaker, Nongcebo Langa

Q&A: Meet Delheim’s new dynamic winemaker, Nongcebo Langa

Nongcebo “Noni” Langa has steadily climbed the ranks at Delheim Estate over the years, and was the assistant winemaker when Roelof Lotriet was promoted to cellar master earlier this year. A recent Q&A session and article on the Wineland Media Website provides you...
Q&A: Meet Delheim’s new dynamic winemaker, Nongcebo Langa

Delheim Estate promotes Nongcebo Langa to winemaker

Changing of guard sees winery veteran Roelof Lotriet appointed cellarmaster. Delheim Estate has entered an exciting new era following changes to its senior winemaking team. Roelof Lotriet has been promoted to cellarmaster while Nongcebo “Noni” Langa has been appointed...
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...
Cabernet Sauvignon: A Home at Delheim Estate

Cabernet Sauvignon: A Home at Delheim Estate

Cabernet Sauvignon is today an internationally recognised showpiece of the South African wine industry, with the Simonsberg region of Stellenbosch largely regarded as not only producing the country’s leading wines from this great Bordeaux grape, but also being one of...
Delheim, De Clapmuts Outpost and the Cannoneer

Delheim, De Clapmuts Outpost and the Cannoneer

Background The VOC governed the Cape for 143 years from 1652 – 1795 and service delivery to ships was the main purpose of the Dutch presence during this period. This service included the provision of food and fuel to ships arriving in Table Bay. Jan Van Riebeeck,...

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