Events at Muratie
A Simonsberg meal with soul
15 Jul 2009
It's as well that farmers, investors and winemakers' tastes differ as much as they do. Imagine how boring it would be if cellars and tasting rooms followed one design and only differed in size.
As Cape wine tourism becomes increasingly global, the number of soaring steel and glass structures in our winelands increases, some real works of art, a few eco-friendly.
Yet sometimes the urge to spend time in a cellar of wood and wine and cobwebs becomes overwhelming.
Source: Myrna Robins, Cape Argus
Season Hours: Cellar
24th of December we close at 14h00
Cellar is CLOSED on Christmas Day
31st of December we close at 14h00
Cellar is CLOSED on New Year's Day
Monday to Friday: 10h00 to 17h00
Saturday: 10h00 to 17h00
Sunday: 10h00 to 17h00