Delheim Wine Estate is a family owned estate, which has become a household name in South Africa.
It was originally home to a Dutch East India Company servant, whose job it was to fire a cannon from the peak directly above the property, appropriately named Kanonkop.
This cannon was the third in a relay from Cape Town, via Koeberg, signaling
the arrival of any foreign vessels in Table Bay. The Free Burghers of the surrounding
areas would then hurry to Cape Town and trade with the visitors or defend the
town against attack.
Spatz Sperlin is the vintner and actively involved with the general management of the business.
After 60 years of hard work and dedication, Spatz has become synonymous with the name Delheim, he also has an unequalled reputation in the South African wine industry of today.
The family is very involved in all aspects of the farm.
Vera, his wife, is involved with activities such as decor and layouts.
Nora is involved with the marketing, sales and exports. Victor is the viticulturist, and also involved with the general management of the farm.
Tastings are done at the well-known "Downstairs" cellar.
For those who like their wines aged, they have the "Collectors Corner" where you can browse at your own leisure, or admire the spider web covered windows which has become a legend of its own.
Visit the heart of Delheim Wine Estate with a guided tour through its cellar.
The tour will take you from where the grapes are received and processed, to where the end product is bottled and labeled.
The restaurant is situated in the beautiful gardens overlooking Table Mountain.
The restaurant offers a selection of dishes, ranging from light cheese platters to popular Traditional South African meals.
Enjoy a picnic with your family next to river at the cellar
Tel: +27 (0) 21 888 4600
Fax: +27 (0) 21 888 4601
Tasting and cellar tours
MON - SUN: 09h00 - 17h00
PUBLIC HOLIDAYS: 09h00 - 17h00
CLOSED: New Years Day; Good Friday; Easter Sunday; 25 December;
Mon - Sun: 10h30 - 14h30
+27 (21) 8884607
Fax:+27 (21) 8884601
Mon - Sun:
Breakfast: 09h30 - 11h30
Lunch: 12h00 - 15h30
Tea and Cheese platters: 15h30 - 16h30
Closed: New Years Day; Good Friday; Easter Sunday; Christmas day
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