With all the new developments at Solms-Delta over the past few months, one would think we were just about done… but we still have a few more surprises in store before the year comes to an end… We are very excited to announce the rebranding of our lifestyle range of wines.
This month Chef Shaun treats us to a delicious Strawberry Malva Flan recipe using fresh strawberries, cream cheese and double cream.
This decadent dessert can be served on any occasion and is sure to have your guests asking for more!
This mouth-watering dessert is best enjoyed with a glass of chilled Solms-Delta Koloni.
Click here to download the recipe.
Heritage Day is a day in which all South Africans are encouraged to celebrate their cultural traditions in the wider context of the great diversity of cultures, beliefs, and traditions that make up our great nation and what better place to do this than at Solms-Delta?
Music and food have always been inseperable partners at Solms-Delta and, with the recent relocation of Fyndraai restaurant to our old stable building, the exploration of food and rural music is now under one harmonious roof.
The now freed up space of the relocated Fyndraai restaurant will serve as our dedicated tastingroom called Wijn van de Caab.
September 2014 – News Alert
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September is a very exciting month for us as we launch the newly relocated Fyndraai Restaurant and dedicated tastingroom in its place in the Wijn van de Caab centre. We also open the brand new Music van de Caab centre and gear up for the Franschhoek Uncorked Festival at the end of the month!
Join us on 27 & 28 September as we celebrate our unique local heritage in the true spirit of the Cape Winelands with traditional Kaapse cuisine, lekker live music and award-winning wine for Franschhoek Uncorked 2014!
Hagen Viljoen’s first wine completed vine-to-bottle as official winemaker, at Solms-Delta, the Solms-Delta Amalie 2013 is an elegant wine blended from four different regions – Piekenierskloof, Voor-Paardeberg, Swartland and the estate itself – and four grape varietals, so as to create sublime complexity and balance. It comprises mainly Grenache blanc blended with Chenin blanc, Roussanne and Viognier.