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19 March 2020  -  Delheim Wine Estate

We thank you for your support during this time - The Sperling family and Delheim team.

Delheim Coronavirus Protocal
In the light of the recent confirmed cases of Coronavirus COVID-19 in South Africa and as one of the leading tourist destination in the Stellenbosch Winelands, Delheim Estate has made it a top priority to be pro-active and have taken all the necessary precautionary health and safety measures in the past week - not only to safeguard our valued visitors but also our fantastic team.

Proper information and risk review meetings were held and additional sanitation measures were put in place, to ensure our staff was fully briefed and informed and in return, create more awareness amongst our guests to try and prevent the spread of the virus.
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Special online offer only
Order your favourite Delheim Wines from our e-shop and get delivery right at your doorstep.

All 12 bottle orders placed before the end of April 2020 will receive a voucher to spend at our Garden Restaurant or Downstairs Cellar during the course of 2020.

Choose between a voucher for lunch for 2 worth R300 OR a voucher for 2 for our Wine & Fynbos Cupcake Experience worth R300.
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Annual Winter Events
Stay up to date with news and developments on our Winter events this year. Our 10th Anniversary Mushroom Forage will be taking place on the 16th of June and on the 3rd of July. Bookings can be made on Quicket.

News on our popular Arts & Culture focused Jazz & Cheese Fondue series will be shared son. Visitors can prepare for fun-filled Sunday afternoon in July & August.

Relax, Read, Wine... Repeat
Pour a glass of Delheim wine,sit back and catch up on some good reading. Story 1 of 12 of our history and heritage journey gives some insight as to how Delheim started 80 years ago. Written by Emile Joubert.
The Beginning of Delheim on a farm named Driesprong

How to support your favourite local Restaurant
Whilst the Hospitality Industry will probably be affected quite drastically by the Covid-19 threat across the world, we admire and applaud all restaurants that have been able to make some difficult decisions, whether this is a temporary closure or some extra precautionary measures put in place.

Here are some ways that you can support your local eatery during a time when they might have quite a few empty seats. These actions can help a restaurant maintain their great reputation and can create awareness that when the public are planning to dine out, they have some great ideas where to go and who to support

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The Delheim Garden Restaurant and Downstairs Cellar Tasting Room is currently closed as a precautionary measure to protect both our wonderful team and awesome guests visiting our 80-year-old, family wine estate. Delheim will share any updates on developments and we look forward to welcoming you back in the very near future.