You won’t want to miss Muratie’s exciting new event coming up on the 27th of March – it’s their Summer Wine Down, an alfresco ‘celebration of all things wine’. So, join the Melck family, under the ancient oaks that guard this historic wine estate, for an intimate family event featuring good food, fine wine, great company, live music and grape ‘stomping.’
After a welcome carafe of wine on arrival, fun and laughter trampling grapes and wine tasting, enjoy a long lazy Farm Kitchen lunch sipping on Muratie’s much-loved wines and soaking up a chilled live performance by The Bullets playing a mixed bag of fabulous sounds.
Due to current regulations, there will be limited seats available to allow for social distancing. The entrance fee is R150 per person. Bookings are essential. All Covid protocol will be strictly adhered to. Please remember to wear a mask. For bookings, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 021 865 2330.
VISIT MURATIE WINE ESTATE FOR AN UNPARALLELED CAPE WINELANDS EXPERIENCE.
There are enchanting places where one can escape life’s hustle and bustle, and Muratie is one of those magical treasures. Hidden away in the exquisite Knorhoek valley, with a perfect view of Table Mountain, Muratie is as old as history itself, with a unique, almost tangible old-world ambience. The passion for preserving the estate’s rich, centuries-old heritage is captured in every nook and cranny of this family farm. Beautiful old Cape Dutch buildings, crumbling statues, antique wine-making equipment, and the quaint tasting room with its cobwebs, stained glass windows and art, are all set in a secret garden, a lush green haven of peace and tranquility.
MURATIE WINE ESTATE HAS A MULTITUDE OF LIFESTYLE OFFERINGS FOR EVERYONE
The story of Muratie Wine Estate, layered in rich South African wine history, is reason enough to pay a visit to this historic farm, but it’s the abundance of activities to be enjoyed there that keeps visitors returning from wine tasting, dining and bike-riding to contemporary art and event curation.
Tasting Room: Muratie’s magical tasting room is open seven days a week for wine tasting and chocolate pairing.
Wine Tasting: 021 865 2330 · email@example.com
The Farm Kitchen: The estate’s restaurant, offering modern and refined yet classic cuisine, is open for breakfast and lunch from Wednesday to Sunday.
Farm Kitchen: 021 865 2330 · firstname.lastname@example.org
Treks & Trails: For those who love being outdoors, Muratie offers amazing trails for mountain biking, trail running and hiking, suitable for beginners, as well as intermediate and experienced riders, runners and hikers. The picturesque surrounding ensures an unforgettable experience. Permits are available from the Muratie Tasting Room. Managed and maintained by Dirtopia, the trails are open weekdays and weekends during the day.
Contemporary Culture at the MOK Gallery: Muratie is also home to the contemporary MOK Gallery. ‘MOK’, an abbreviation for modern kontemporêr, is the Afrikaans translation for modern contemporary. Art is an important aspect of the Muratie history with the late owner and artist, George Paul Canitz, serving much of his tenure on the estate. The gallery is located in Ansela van de Caab’s house, dating from 1685.
Create Memories at Muratie Canvas™: Muratie Canvas is where historic surroundings and modern innovation unite. Muratie offers three unique spaces that provide a stylish blank slate to create the event of a lifetime. The Muratie marquee, a beautiful 625 m² space with breath-taking views and a seating capacity of 350 pax, is the perfect wedding or function space. The historic 200 m² Muratie terrace framed by ancient oaks and magnificent gardens are perfect spaces for commitment ceremonies and pre-drinks.
Muratie Canvas: 078 021 8537 · email@example.com
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