Painted Wolf Wines - Hitting the Headlines

In March this year, Jeremy Borg from Painted Wolf Wines was interviewed by Tom Mullen of Forbes magazine for an article about four South African winemakers and their unique approaches. "They include reviving the allure of an almost forgotten grape, mastering wine-making within a culturally and linguistically different environment, learning the benefits of bio-dynamic production and contributing to Africa's wildlife future." - Read the full article here

In another article in the same publication, he explores the South African wine industry and rates the wines he has tasted. He rated Painted Wolf Wines Guillermo Pinotage 2014 as "Superlative value". He describes the wine as "On the nose this includes violets, raspberries, cookies and cream and mocha. In the mouth it’s a swirl of chocolate with a sliver of acidity. Definitely a statement of Pinotage as South African individuality. " Read the full article here.

Visitors to Africa’s Travel Indaba will find co-owner of Painted Wolf Wines, Emma Borg, pouring her wine at the Atta stand, ICC815. Tastings of Painted Wolf Wines award winning premium wines will be on offer at the networking event on Friday 3rd May. 

When not at Indaba, Painted Wolf Wines can be enjoyed at 125 Main road, Paarl, where the company has a wine bar/tasting room.