A Franschhoek wine farm with a difference
Solms-Delta is much more than a wine estate. Located 15km outside the village of Franschhoek in the heart of the Cape Winelands, the magnificent wine estate produces classical wines with a difference… In fact everything about Solms-Delta is different.
Click here to view a short film titled Welcome to Solms-Delta wine estate, by Anna Telford from Butterfly Films.
In addition to its highly acclaimed wines, Solms-Delta offers a variety of highlights throughout the seasons. Experience picnics all year round in its magical forest, modern Cape cuisine at its renowned Fyndraai restaurant, and an annual harvest festival that draws visitors from near and far.
The beautiful Franschhoek wine farm estate also features a museum that explores the slave heritage of the area, and six special interest guided wine farm tours that exceed the conventional wine tasting experience.
Sample innovative wines and the finest in local cuisine at Solms-Delta Wine Estate, a leading Franschhoek wine farm in the Cape Winelands.
We invite you to enjoy a guided tasting of the Solms-Delta wines with us, or experience an authentic Franschhoek wine farm or museum tour. Also be sure to book a picnic in the estate’s enchanting riverside forest, or to explore hearty Cape cuisine at our Fyndraai restaurant.
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Having a wedding reception on a beautiful wine farm might feel like a modern trend, but actually in Cape history it is where most people would have hosted their reception – at their own homestead. Of all the social and family occasions it was the wedding reception that was the most lavish.
Ever wondered about the social lives of Cape inhabitants 300 years ago?
In an age before TV and internet and being able to read emails and chat to friends 24/7 with the aid of our smart phones, what exactly did people do with themselves? They had to spend ‘real’ time with each other, and the Cape was especially noted for its hospitality.