Delheim Estate all jazzed up with Cheese Fondues

Every Sunday from July until end of August
Every Sunday from July until end of August

For a taste of nostalgia and feel good vibes, find your cosy spot at Delheim, when this legendary Stellenbosch wine farm lifts the lid on its popular Cheese Fondue & Jazz indulgences, every Sunday afternoon during the months of July and August.

Set in the atmospheric ‘downstairs’ tasting cellar at this renowned Winelands destination – the pride and joy of the Sperling family – with wafts of cheesy taste sensations and toe-tapping tunes filling the air, these hearty gatherings guarantee to melt winter blues away.

At Delheim it is all about comfort and having a good time and they prepare their melting pots of culinary bliss to an authentic Swiss recipe that oozes deliciousness. Delheim’s cheese fondue, which is served with an oven fresh baguette and crisp vegetable crudités, has gained a loyal following over the years and is the perfect treat to ward off the winter chills.

Along with a warming glass of Glühwein on arrival, lashings of piping hot cheese fondue and award-winning estate wines, the Wicomb Jazz Trio will turn up the heat with their soulful music from 12h30 until 15h30.

At R185 per person, a Delheim Cheese Fondue & Jazz experience is a sure must for your winter bucket list and your ticket to end your weekend in high spirits. For 45 extra one can pimp up one’s fondue with a side order of gammon (200 grams), whilst a wholesome, homemade soup will be available as a starter, also at R45 per head.

Bookings for the Delheim Cheese Fondue & Jazz Sundays are essential. Contact Delheim at Tel: (021) 888 4607 or send an email to restaurant@delheim.com to secure your table.

Diaries the following dates NOW: 6 July, 13 July, 20 July, 27 July, 3 August, 10 August, 17 August, 24 August and 31 August.

More about The Real Wicomb Trio

The Real Wicomb Trio was formed in 2013. All three musicians come from a Classical background and were introduced to the field of Jazz in their own personal ways.

For all three musicians, Jazz functions parallel to Classical music, its appeal found in its indefinability and the invitation it offers to explore an un-notated sound world.

Pierre-Henri Wicomb (pianist) and Leonore Bredekamp (bassist) have been playing together since the early 2000’s. John Pringle (drummer) and Wicomb first played together in 2007 as members of one of the few South African New Music ensembles, EJNCP.

The trio’s first CD, named SEASON 1 will be released soon, and available during their stint at Delheim Estate. It contains a selection of the trio’s most loved and performed Jazz standards as well as two original tracks by Wicomb.

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