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Radford Dale

Grape Variety: Pinot Noir

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x1 Radford Dale Freedom Organic Pinot Noir 2021 (Elgin, South Africa)

x1 Radford Dale Vinum Pinot Noir 2022  (W Cape, South Africa)

x1 Land of Hope Reserve Pinot Noir 2023 (W Cape, South Africa)

x1  Domaine Chavy-Chouet Bourgogne La Taupe 2020 (Burgundy, France)

x1 Greywacke Marlborough Pinot Noir 2014 (Marlborough, New Zealand)

x1 Heinrich Pinot Noir 2020 (Burgenland, Austria) 


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Radford Dale Organic Freedom Pinot Noir

We’ve championed Elgin Pinot Noir for over 15 years, and in late 2021 we acquired our first vineyards and winery here. Furthermore, it’s the only organic certified wine farm in the valley. Freedom is hitting new heights.

Radford Dale Vinum Pinot Noir

Pinot that overdelivers on style to price is no easy feat, but in landing sites in the unlikely vineyard duo of Stellenbosch and Bot Rivier for this wine, we’re thrilled at the results.  Welcome to your new daily.

Land of Hope Pinot Noir

Drink well and do good goes the motto for the Land of Hope Education Trust, with a set of wines driving long-term social upliftment.  Made by Radford Dale, this is a unique bottling and extremely limited.

Chavy-Chouet Bourgogne La Taupe Pinot Noir

Romaric Chavy presides over some of the most sought-after Chardonnay vineyards of the Cote de Beaune, but his Bourgogne Pinot Noir is equally smart. Rather than being a generic regional blend, this comes off a single 70+ year old Pinot Noir vineyard beside the Chateau de Pommard.  Among our best Burgundy buys.

Greywacke Pinot Noir

New Zealand is home to around 6,000ha of Pinot Noir, with the cool southern valleys of Marlborough capable of producing spellbinding, dense and textured expressions with the backbone to age.  Kevin Judd of Greywacke among the top exponents.

Heinrich Pinot Noir

Hailing from the Burgenland region of eastern Austria is Heinrich, one of the country’s most important biodynamic producers. Terrific value, this elegant Pinot Noir comes off the limestone rich soils near the cool forested areas of the Leithaberg mountain, and the sunshine pampered well drained slopes of gravel and sand of the Pandorfer Plain. The first Austrian Pinot to land on our shores.


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