- Chardonnay sur Lie
- Noble Late Harvest "Edelpatz"
- Pinotage Rose
- Sauvignon Blanc
- Cabernet Sauvignon
- Dry Red
- Grand Reserve
- Shiraz Vera Cruz
Delheim Wines of the Simonsberg Ward in Stellenbosch, South Africa, was one of the first wine farms to become a Biodiversity and Wine Initiative (BWI) member. Having now introduced its sophisticated waste water management plan on the farm, Delheim has been certified a BWI Champion and is the seventh SA wine farm to achieve this status.
Delheim tackles everything naturally so that life on the Delheim farm may thrive as it should.
- Baking soda, which is inexpensive and organic , is used for spraying vineyards against powdery mildew.
- Around 60,000 parasites are released into the vineyards every year to eat the mealy bugs. The population will soon be large enough to obviate this process in the future.
- Delheim has passed the integrated production of wine (IPW) regulations, whereby no unnecessary chemicals are used and the soil is cultivated responsibly.
- Probes measuring water content in the soil allows Delheim to irrigate the requisite amount and this drip irrigation uses half the amount of water originally used with the sprinkler system.
- All Delheim's waste is recycled .