Celebrate Mother Nature’s bounty on this popular family fun day
Join Delheim Estate for the annual celebration of Mother Nature’s bounty at the celebrated Stellenbosch winery’s Harvest Festival on Saturday, 25 January.
The occasion is a highlight of the Winelands calendar, allowing families to spend a leisurely day wining, dining and having fun on the lush and historic property. Ticketholders simultaneously support a good cause with a portion of sales donated to the Pebbles Project, a non-profit organisation enriching the lives of children and their families in the Winelands farming communities in the Western Cape.
The 2020 Delheim Harvest Festival again promises a feast of entertainment, complete with the ever-popular and unmissable grape picking and stomping. There will be live music, tractor rides and plenty of food and drink provided in true festival-style by various food stalls.
Among the highlights is a gift included with every adult ticket sold – a surprise reward for your hard work in the vineyards. Without giving away too much, this is a keeper: a grand gift for a grand occasion.
The price of a ticket also includes a bottle of Delheim Rosé 2019/Sauvignon Blanc 2019 or Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon 2017 that can be enjoyed at the festival or taken home.
Additional wines will be available for purchase from Delheim’s wine bar.
The grape picking-and-stomping kicks off promptly at 10:30, whilst the feasting will start at 12h00. Tickets are limited to keep it intimate and special – just the thing for a special day to enjoy with the family.
• The ticket price includes four food items, a complimentary bottle of Delheim wine, live music entertainment, grape picking-and-stomping, a tractor ride and an exclusive take-home gift. A total R100 per ticket goes to the Pebbles Project.
• Tickets for children under 18 include grape picking-and-stomping; two juices; a snack treat and three food items. The festival is free for kiddies under 3 years of age and there’s also access to the kiddies play area and face painting.
Tickets are limited and must be purchased online via Quicket (www.quicket.co.za).
Delheim Estate is in the Simonsberg sub-region of the Stellenbosch Wine Routes, on the Knorhoek Road, off the R44.