Delheim Harvest Festival, fun with grapes and wine

The grape picking and stomping at the Delheim Harvest Festival starts at 10:30 and the feasting will start at 12:00. 
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Delheim Harvest Festival

Delheim Estate is having its annual celebration of Mother Nature on the 25th of January at the Delheim Harvest Festival in Stellenbosch.

The Delheim Harvest Festival is the highlight of the fun filled wine making calendar offering a day’s worth of wining and dining on the historic property.

A portion of the ticket sales is donated to the Pebbles Project which is a non-profit organisation improving the lives of children and their families in the Winelands farming communities in the Western Cape. So, besides having fun with the kids you will also be supporting a good cause.

There will be grape picking and stomping as well as live music, tractor rides in addition to plenty of food and drink provided by the various food stalls.

According to their website, the grape picking and stomping at the Delheim Harvest Festival starts at 10:30 and the feasting will start at 12:00.

  • Tickets are R480 per person for adults. This 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 are R280 per person and includes grape picking-and-stomping, two juices; a snack treat and three food items.
  • The festival is free for kids under 3 years of age which includes access to the kiddies play area and face painting.

Tickets are limited and can be purchased online via Quicket.

For more information visit www.delheim.com or contact Delheim on info@delheim.com or 021 888 4600 or Delheim on Facebook, Twitter @Delheim and Instagram @delheimwines.

 

 

 

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