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Muratie Ansela van de Caab 2020

Product information "Muratie Ansela van de Caab 2020"
The rich and velvety Muratie Ansela van de Caab impresses with its rich, shiny red colour. Thanks to its four grape varieties Cabernet Sauvignon (59%), Merlot (27%), Cabernet Franc (9%) and Petit Verdot (5%), this red wine not only has great diversity, but also a perfect balance. Concentrated blackcurrants are surrounded by a light herbal note and oak nuances and balanced by a fresh acidity and a long-lasting finish. The wine takes its name from a strong woman who was born a slave and then fell in love with Laurens Campher at a young age. Years later, she was released from captivity and had a fulfilling life with her family on Muratie. A strong woman symbolises a wine with a strong character, which should therefore definitely be tasted on its own. However, it also pairs well with savoury dishes such as dark meat.


Jg. 2020
4.5 John Platter Stars, The Michelangelo Gold
Jg. 2019
4.5 John Platter Stars, Tim Atkin 93 Points, Veritas Silver Outstanding
Goes With:
Grape Variety
Petit Verdot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
Grape Composition
Cabernet Sauvignon (59%), Merlot (27%), Cabernet Franc (9%), Petit Verdot (5%)
Bottle Top
South Africa
Filling Quantity
0,750 l
Alcohol Strength
14 % Vol.
5,5 g/l
Residual Sugar
2,1 g/l
In the Cellar
Matured in French oak for 24 Months.
Serve at
16-18 °C
Best Before
Contains Sulphite
Muratie, Knorhoek Rd, 7605 Koelenhof, South Africa
CAPREO GmbH- Gildeweg 10- 46562 Voerde- Germany
Food Business Operator
CAPREO GmbH, Gildeweg 10, 46562 Voerde, Germany

Muratie Wine for the Gourmet

Muratie in South Africa produces premium wine for gourmets. Wine novices as well as connoisseurs find the right red or white wine in a variety of ranges. All Muratie wines have in common a particular, individual character and offer an excellent price-quality ratio.

The Muratie Vineyard

The vineyard Muratie attaches great importance to careful handling of the vines at the wine slope. The yard is a member of the Biodiversity and Wine Initiative and does not use herbicides. Only geese, ducks and turkeys are used for pest control. This natural approach shows in the Muratie wine, especially as the wine growers still hand-pick the grapes to avoid peel damage. The Muratie winery owns 45 hectares of cultivation area on which red as well as white grape varieties are planted. The soil is relatively dry which is why the land is watered after the harvest. Only by doing this, the winemakers can supply the next vintage with sufficient nutrients. The 300-year-old yard offers great products in all types of wine, but especially the Shiraz caused a stir internationally.

The Landscape around Muratie

Muratie wine benefits from the good location in South Africa, but even more from the passionate winemakers who deliver premium wine of an international level, year after year, and with great love for detail. Who ever visited Muratie surely noticed the many oak trees - these used to be considered as a protection against wild animals. Nowadays, they make for a breath-taking atmosphere for guests and wine enthusiasts who visit Muratie.