Having been granted to Laurens Campher in 1685, Muratie is one of the earliest of the Cape’s Wine Estates. Some things change at Muratie, some things stay the same. The tasting room and cellar sales rooms are exactly as they were when Muratie was farmed by the feisty Annemarie Canitz, whose father George Paul Canitz bought the farm in 1927. He was a friend of Abraham Perold and the story goes that Perold took the cuttings of Pinot Noir from Muratie at the time that he was crossing the grape with Hermitage, now known as Cinsaut, to create Pinotage.Read More
Dear friend of Muratie
It is hard to believe that we are nearing the end of the 8th month of the year. The year seems to have passed by in a haze.
In spite of Being caught up in all the doom and gloom about global depression, global warming, labour unions wagging the dog and losing the Super 15, we at Muratie have been rather industrious, particularly on the marketing front…Read More
Though it’s thought of as a weed in Australia, waterblommetjie is a beloved ingredient in South Africa, so much so that two wine estates in the Breede River Valley decided to hold a cook-off on the 17th of August. Du Toitskloof Wines and Muratie Wine Estate both cooked a Waterblommetjie bredie, with Du Toitskloof winning by just one point.Read More
Our proud winemaker, Francois “Hoed” Conradie, proved his mettle yet again walking away with his Michelangelo Grand D’Or – aka DOUBLE Gold – for his 2008 Vintage Port.
He won an additional gold medal for his Isabella Chardonnay 2010 and silver for the Merlot 2007 and Melck’s Red 2010.Read More
Without doubt the centre of the Cape wine universe, Stellenbosch boasts a myriad of producers, varieties and styles but only a handful are dedicated to the most fickle red variety of them all – Pinot Noir.
Those who can be singled out for particular dedication to the grape include Meerlust, Muratie, Vriesenhof and relative newcomer Pepin Conde, all of whom are beginning to master – if it’s possible – the heart break grape.Read More
Woord en wyn met Kerneels Breytenbach Muratie se eienaar, Rijk Melck, deel sy beste wyne terwyl skrywer en smulpaap Kerneels Breytenbach saam aansit vir ŉ heerlike middagete vol kwinkslae. 9 Maart 12:00 vir 12:30 | Muratie, Knorhoekpad | 180min | R250 BookRead More
60 Minute Magic 11am-12pmRijk Melk takes you on a wild wine journey including cellar and vineyard tours, wine tasting & grape stomping!Ticketts R30pp (only 30 ticketts to be sold) Blues ‘n Burgers 2pm onwardsLet the Kitchen Jammin’ Blues Band entertain you with an afternoon of live music while you relax in the lush garden with…Read More