Muratie, the historic Stellenbosch estate well-loved for its unique old-world ambience, distinctive wines, beautiful gardens and warm hospitality, is once again hosting a superb variety of summer entertainment.Read More
Muratie Estate has released new vintages from its range of Iconic Wines and a delicious summer menu at the Farm Kitchen: paying tribute to the estate’s rich heritage and honouring the extraordinary characters from the farm’s colourful past.Read More
THE MURATIE Wine Estate has become a favourite stop-over off the R44 along the Simonsberg stretch of the Stellenbosch Wine Route, particularly since the Melck family stepped up a gear hospitality wise by offering meals from their Cellar Kitchen.Read More
Muratie Wine Estate is proud to announce that the Ronnie Melck Shiraz 2009 won a Gold medal at the 2013 Syrah du Monde, the annual international competition that recognises the leading Syrahs in the world.
Image left to Right: Muratie Ronnie Melck Shiraz 2009,
and Ronnie Melck
Spoil Dad this Father’s Day! Special gift pack with 6x Muratie’s iconic wines for R550.
Wines include: 1x Isabella Chardonnay, 1x Laurens Campher Blended White, 1x Ronnie Melck Shiraz, 1x Ansela van de Caab, 1x Amber Forever and 1x Cape Ruby.Read More
Muratie Wine Estate’s Iconic Wines Lauded Locally and Internationally.
Including Platter’s 2013 Superquaffer of the Year for Melck’s Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon 2011. The array of prestigious local and international awards won this year by Muratie Wine Estate underlines the significance of their recent rejuvenation. This included improved viticultural practices and the refashioning of the cellar, both to enhance the quality of their wines, yet at the same time adhering to the Melck family’s deep respect for the Estate’s rich heritage.
Welcome at the Greater Simonsberg Conservancy.
The Conservancy is situated in the heart of the Cape Winelands along the slopes of the iconic Simonsberg Mountain in Stellenbosch. The GSC was initially established by private landowners under Cape Nature’s Stewardship Programme as the Klapmutskop Conservancy in 2004, with five founding wine farms (Delheim, Elsenburg, East Hill, Le Bonheur and Warwick) all huddled around the Klapmutskop.