Try this if you enjoy Cote du Rhone
Pictus is named after the scientific name for an African wild dog, Lycaon Pictus, meaning Wolf in Greek and Painted in Latin. Pictus is made with meticulous care and blended from my favourite wines of the vintage. Each vintage of Pictus is labelled with a different piece of artwork. The artwork for Pictus VII is a study by the highly regarded South African conservationist and artist, the late Keith Joubert. Permission to use the work was kindly granted by his wife, Val. Production of Pictus VII was limited to just 5400 bottles. Painted Wolf Wines donate a portion of its turnover to conservation projects throughout Southern Africa.
An elegant, full bodied wine combining charm with power exhibiting red berry, pepper spice, toasty oak and savoury aromas with a supple rich coating mouth feel which finishes long and polished.
Country: South Africa
Region: Coastal Region
Grape: Grenache, Syrah, Carignan
Food Match: BBQ lamb, Roast beef, Game, Mature cheeses