Combining their passions for wine and conservation, Jeremy and Emma Borg created Painted Wolf Wines in 2007.
Inspired by the successful social dynamics of an African Wild dog pack, they brought together a pack of grape growers, artists, conservationists and marketing experts.
Their unique offering is to produce hand-crafted, distinctive wines from organic and dry-farmed grapes, whilst actively supporting the conservation of the highly endangered African wild dog or ‘Painted Wolf’.
Painted Wolf Wines is privileged to be associated with some of the most respected conservation organisations operating in Southern Africa including the UK-based Tusk Trust, Children in the Wilderness and the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT). Since 2007 Painted Wolf Wines has donated over R 3 million to conservation projects.
The award-winning range of eclectic and harmonious wines can be tasted at their Den in a historic house on Paarl’s ‘golden mile’ – 125 Main Road.
Monday to Friday from 12 to 5pm, last tasting starts at 4:30 pm
Wednesdays – Wine & Tapas from 5-8pm
Saturdays from 11am to 2pm
Open at other times by appointment only.
The room can be booked for special events, corporate team building and private functions.
Check social media (facebook, twitter and Instagram) or the website for information on special tasting room events, including talks from conservation experts.
125 Main Road Paarl Western Cape 7646 South Africa