Ever changing in hue, Plaisir de Merle's constant lies in producing pedigreed excellence. The sculpted frieze crowning the grand Cellar entrance tells a story of the exceptional people whose legacy continues to unfold through renewal and loyalty to the land. Plaisir de Merle is a rare treasure to be admired and will prove a highlight of your travels through the Paarl and Franschhoek Winelands.
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Latest Plaisir de Merle Brand Activity
Plaisir de Merle in the Franschhoek Wine Valley has reaffirmed its reputation as a producer of fine wines by winning a gold medal at the recent Concours Mondial de Bruxelles (CMB) for the estate’s 2011 Cabernet Sauvignon.
Plaisir de Merle, a regular participant at the annual Nederburg Auction of fine, rare wines, makes its debut at the second annual edition of the AfrAsia Bank Cape Wine Auction this coming weekend.
SAVE the date – 17 May 2014, for an unforgettable Winemaker’s Table dinner at Plaisir de Merle where the gardens, manicured lawns and rolling vista of vines invite you to breathe in the elegance of yesteryear while experiencing superior quality and service.
The 1st of December is a historic day for the farm Plaisir de Merle, set on the scenic Simonsberg Mountains between Paarl and Franschhoek.
Durbanville Hills Wines has launched The Tangram 2012 Red Blend of which only 1 659 bottles will be available, all numbered and issued with a certificate. The Tangram red blend will only be released in exceptional years.
Spend the official first day of winter on 21 June, with a luxurious red wine to beat the chill and the early setting-sun. Winter solstice, when the sun is at its northernmost position in the sky, is the shortest day of the year and Durbanville Hills’ reserve 2012 Rhinofields Merlot is a great way to turn a cold, gloomy evening into something special.
Share a lunch fit for a king at Durbanville Hills Wines this Father’s Day, 19 June, with your dad. Make him feel on top of the world with the breath-taking views of Table Mountain, Table Bay and Robben Island visible from the double-volume restaurant.
When the temperature drops slow-cooked meals and a good bottle of red wine is a fine way to spend chilly evening’s in-door. And the 2014 Durbanville Hills Shiraz will certainly not disappoint with its luscious black cherries laced with hints of mulberry, pepper, prunes and smooth vanilla.