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. Sample innovative wines and the finest in local cuisine at Solms-Delta Wine Estate, a leading Franschhoek wine farm in the Cape Winelands.
The estate’s Museum van de Caab, which houses a treasury of artefacts unearthed at the estate, is a living testament to all who lived and worked there over the centuries.
From the glass floor affording a view of the archaeological substructure of a 1740 wine cellar to the innovative menu of traditional Cape Food, Fyndraai Restaurant is a fine Cape kitchen where culinary heritage meets modern innovation.
Dishes explore the diverse culinary heritage of the Cape, uniting European, Asian and African flavours in a fusion of tradition and creativity.
Fyndraai is open from 9:00 to 17:00.
From 10:00 to noon drinks and snacks only are served, from noon till 17:00 lunch is served (kitchen closes16:00).
Solms-Delta offers appetising picnic baskets from Fyndraai restaurant for R135 pp with delicious vegetarian options. Contents typically include basil pesto marinated farm vegetables with chive crème fraiche; bacon and onion potato slaai with vinaigrette; smoked Franschhoek trout with caper berries and fresh cream, and chicken tandoori with cucumber and honey mustard yoghurt.
Private picnic spots are spread out along the estate’s enchanting riverside forest, with safe areas for kids to swim and Dad to do some fly fishing!
Choose from one of the many exiciting Farm Tours available at Solms-Delta.
The social history of the 320-year-old estate is displayed in a museum in the original wine cellar, dating back to 1740.
-Cape Food and Wine Pairing,
-History Archaeology and Wine, Social History and Wine,
-Vineyards Cellar and Wine Tour, Fun Farm Walk and Wine, A Taste of Food Heritage.