Rhino Run Wines

What 2018 Meant to Rhinos

What did 2018 mean to rhinos?

Before we kick 2019 off properly, it’s time to take a look at how last year treated our favourite member of the Big Five. We’ve put together a summary of the main events (both good and bad) that took place in the world of rhinos last year. 

Young Capetonian wins International Eco-Hero award

Hunter Mitchell from Cape Town with rhino orphan Osita at Aquila Private Game Reserve. Hunter raises funds to fight rhino poaching.

Hunter Mitchell, a young man from Cape Town, has just won the prestigious Action For Nature  International Eco-Hero award for his work in raising over R170 000 to help save and raise orphaned rhinos.

Wildlife photo competition

Here’s one for all the amateur wildlife photographers out there! We’re giving away a mixed case of Rhino Run wine to the best wildlife pic posted on our Facebook, Twitter or Instagram accounts. The competition closes on 24 February, so don’t delay. Head over there right now, we’ve already received some beautiful entries.

Taking care of the survivors

By Jorisna Bonthuys Dr. Johan Marais knows the ugly face of rhino poaching all too well. He is one of the veterinarians involved in taking care of the survivors. Marais, one of the founding members of Saving the Survivors, is regarded as one of the best rhino surgeons in the world. He is part of […]

Raise a glass to the legends

Royal Rhino and Rhino Run Wines was inspired by the Player Ntombela conservation partnership to raise funds for rhino conservation

Introducing Rhino Run, a range of South African wines created to fight rhino poaching through funding education and conservation. Royal Rhino and Van Loveren Family Vineyards have pooled their resources to create the Rhino Run wine range in an effort to raise funds and awareness for rhino conservation. Royal Rhino is a registered and audited […]