Painted Wolf The Den Cabernet Sauvignon

$22.00 aud

The Painted Wolf is also known as the African Wild Dog or Painted Dog - a highly social animal, each with its own ornate markings.  The den is at the heart of the pack, a place where Painted Wolves relax and bond.  The Den Cabernet Sauvignon is classy, full-bodied and balanced - a social win to enjoy with family, friends and good food.

As you "paint your palate" with this wine you are making a contribution to the conservation of this rare and endangered animal.

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