We enjoyed a family visit to Delheim in January, and had hoped to do lunch at their famed restaurant, followed by a wine tasting. Unfortunately their restaurant closes at 15:30 which is a very weird time for a tourist destination. We did then enjoy a wine tasting and the tasting fee is waved if you buy any bottles of wine from them. The wine is world class, and the olive and ham platter was delicious. There is very little for young children to do though and they could offer more information on the rich history of the estate.
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