Cult leading wine maker and wildlife conservationist Jeremy Borg visited Cirencester for relaxed wine tasting and food.

Jeremy was in Cirencester to see his friends at Talking Wines and to do the talk at Made by Bob on Wednesday, May 22.

“It was a pleasure to have him in here,” said Made By Bob executive chef Ethan Rodgers.

“The wine has featured in the annual Top 100 wines in the US publication Wine Enthusiast from over 16000 tasted, and was runner up Diner Club South African Wine maker of the year in 2015.

“It is all part of a number of events we have coming up here and we are now open for evening dining on Friday and Saturday Night as well as hosting regular theme evenings. Jeremy was a part of that change.”

Jeremy is passionate about the conservation of the wild dogs of Southern Africa.

Through his company Painted Wolf Wines, Jeremy supports conservation projects throughout Southern Africa.

Painted Wolf is privileged to be associated with some of the most respected conservation organisations operating in Southern Africa including UK based Tusk Trust, which has meant that Jeremy has worked with its patron, The Duke of Cambridge – Prince William.

His dedication to the cause also comes through profit, with 5 per cent of every bottle of Jeremy’s wine goes to Tusk.