Come Explore

Every wine farm has a story. Ours has many. And they are best told by the people who helped shape Solms-Delta. Hear the stories behind our award-winning wines on a unique guided farm tour led by our residents. Our tours offer rare personal insight into the cultural and musical history of Solms-Delta and the Cape Winelands, turning the conventional wine tasting experience into something truly special.

All tours can easily be combined with lunch in the Fyndraai Restaurant, or a picnic.

The following tours are available:

History, Archaeology Tour

Enjoy a guided tour through our museum that tells the story of Delta farm starting from the very beginnings of human settlement, through pre-colonial times up until the present day. The tour includes a look at our fascinating archaeological sites as well as some of the beautiful Cape buildings that are a lasting testament to the colonists and slaves who built them.

Social History Tour

This tour lets you to discover what has always made Solms-Delta unique: our people. The tour guides will openly share the heartfelt stories of their past, as well as describe the changes they have experienced in the present, and their hopes for a better future. This is a long walking tour.

Maximum of 20 guests per tour.

Music Museum Tour

Enjoy a fascinating tour around our music museum where you will have the chance to experience the origins of Cape music through an interactive display and replicas of traditional instruments. See our instrument workshop where your guide will demonstrate how some of these historic instruments are made and played and entertain you with a short musical performance.

Maximum of 20 guests per tour.

Exploring on your own

You are also welcome to visit the farm, explore the sights and taste the exceptional wines at your own leisure.


Tours may be booked for Mondays to Sundays between 09h00 and 15h30.
Advance booking is required.

For enquiries and bookings contact Mercia on 
or call us on 021 874 3937.

Please Note: Children under 12 are admitted free of charge. Walking tours will be shortened or cancelled if the weather is unsuitable. The walking tours are not strenuous, but visitors will be strolling over muddy and uneven ground, so appropriate footwear is advised. Wear hats and sunscreen in summer and warm, rainproof coats in winter.