Land of Hope Pinot Noir 2019
  • Red Wine
  • Pinot Noir
  • Sustainable
  • Dry
  • Medium Bodied
  • 750ml
  • 12.5% alc./vol

Land of Hope Pinot Noir 2019

Hemel en Aarde Valley, South Africa
Regular price $31.95per bottle ($383.40per case)
12 bottles per case
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Fragrant & Fresh

Radford Dale started The Land of Hope Trust in 2007, a project where the direct and sole beneficiaries are the 'previously disadvantaged individual' employees of Radford Dale and their children and dependents. The Land of Hope trustees know their duty: to equip the next generation with the skills and confidence to promote entrepreneurial vim, a sense of adventure and optimistic self-reliance.

The Hemel en Aarde Valley grows vines which produce high quality Pinot Noir grapes, which means the wine has more depth and texture as well as presence and poise. Whole berry fermentation lifts the aromatics while also bringing supple tannins and length. Dark red fruit and subtle earthiness can be detected. This is a fragrant, bright and refreshing Pinot with wonderful succulence, expressive fruitiness and is full of character.

Pinot Noir is very versatile to pair. This wine will go well with fish like salmon and is also delicious with duck confit and other roast meats and mushrooms.

About the Winery

Land Of Hope

The Land of Hope Trust project started in 2007. Initiated against the background of many “smoke and mirrors” projects purporting to uplift Previously Disadvantaged Individuals (PDI), although very few of which seem to genuinely do so. The direct and sole beneficiaries of this Trust are the previously disadvantaged individual employees of Radford Dale and their children and dependents.

What makes this project unique? Well, the primary objective of the trust is educational. The long-term social upliftment through the gift of high quality education, skills development and the power of developing knowledge. The Trust is making it possible to send Land of Hope employees' children to schools they could only dream about when they were young, which they were not allowed to attend, and which will give the next generation the intellectual ability and the expertise to ensure the positive evolution of our economy their democracy and community.