A Painted Wolf Ebony & Ivory 2 pack Special

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2 bottles for $39.99 ($44.98 value)

While so many of us in America are overwhelmed by Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay offerings, so we thought it would be fun to shine the spotlight on the two grapes that not only make the South African category so vibrant and entertaining, but which Jeremy Borg of Painted Wolf wines excels at. There can be no disputing that these two grapes offer extraordinary counterpoints to the obvious and are as such, foundational pillars of South Africa’s industry. While Jeremy makes a large range of wines, we thought we’d take you right to the head of the class, and show his two top offerings in these categories. The 2021 Painted Wolf ‘Black Pack’ Chenin Blanc and the 2020 Painted Wolf ‘Guillermo’ Pinotage. Since traditional American holiday season fare calls for medium bodied reds and slightly more robust whites, we encourage you to enjoy these with your festive season dinners. Keep in mind that Jeremy’s production is relatively small and that these wines are limited offerings. Remember that 20% of your purchase price goes directly to the Painted Wolf Foundation – so thank you in advance for supporting the conservation of this fragile species.

  • Painted Wolf Guillermo Pinotage 2020

    92 pts Tim Atkin MW 2022

    Guillermo is a 70/30 blend of grapes from the Kasteelsig and Leeuwenkuil farms and is aged in a combination of French, American and Eastern European oak. Smoky, spicy and intense, it partners Pinotage with a splash of Syrah and shows plum and summer pudding flavours, serious tannins and stony minerality. 2023-28

    4 ½ Stars 2023 Platter’s South African Wine Guide

    Always-excellent pinotage honouring longtime grower Billy ‘Guillermo’ Hughes. 20 (90 pts) vibrant & juicy with subtle spice & soft tannins. Blended from BH’s Kasteelsig, with 10% syrah & other Swartland fruit. Wild yeasts, year in 20% new oak, 40% American.

  • Painted Wolf Black Pack Chenin Blanc 2021

    4 ½ Stars 2023 Platter’s South African Wine Guide

    Stylish 21 (90 pts) confirms uptick in rating of 19 (90 pts). Intense tropical fruit marshalled by oak (now all French, 40% new, year) into rich & creamy yet tight structure, with subtle citrus extra. Precision, delight, above its price point. No 20.