Founded by Jeremy and Emma Borg, drawing inspiration from the African Wild Dog, the Painted Wolf pack is a community of talented individuals who bring the best available grapes, technical and practical skills to Painted wolf, allowing them to craft a range of delicious, authentic satisfying wines. By harnessing the energy and expertise of a number of talented individuals they have created a company which not only crafts delicious wines, but which strives to be socially and environmentally responsible, nimble, effective and most importantly fun and rewarding to work for and be associated with.
A lively and full bodied wine with tropical flavours of creamy pineapple, melon and vanilla. The wine has a lovely texture with a long finish with enough acid to keep it really fresh and vibrant.
Seafood tartares like tuna tartare or salmon and avocado tartare
Chenin Blanc is harvested from a number of blocks on farms in the Swartland region, both irrigated and dry farmed vines of 20 to 40 years old.
This wine was made from ripe grapes picked to deliver a rich flavour and texture. A portion of the wine was treated in a conventional manner, with about 20% being fermented with a small number of French oak staves at 15 Celsius until about 10 balling and then cooled down to 6 degrees to bring a “Loire” winter to the wine) where it continued to slowly ferment for a further 2 months building glycerol and texture in the wine. The cooling is then turned off allowing a further period of slow fermentation. There is a small amount of Chardonnay blended into this wine.