$45 for Four Bottles of Premium Imported Wine with Shipping Included from Radford Dale Wines ($135.75 Value)

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South African winemakers craft revitalized chenin blanc, Burgundy-style chardonnay, pure merlot, and lively Black Rock red blend.

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Expires May 15th, 2013. Limit 3 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per order. Online only. Must be 21 or older. Shipping valid only to these states. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$45 for Four Bottles of Wine ($135.75 Value)

Radford Dale Wines ships four bottles of South African wine (white, red, or a combination of red and white) to your home. Read about the wines here. Shipping is included.

Radford Dale Wines

Most winemakers don’t get started until later in life. Alex Dale, on the other hand, discovered his life’s passion at age 15, and the knowledge he’s accumulated with each passing day distinguishes every bottle of Radford Dale Wines. Dale left his native England for the cork fields of Burgundy, but chose to locate his winery in a fertile region of South Africa, also known as The Cape of Good Hope, because of the creative freedom afforded him there. Among Dale’s first projects was restoring the good name to the chenin blanc grape, whose image was forever tarnished when a wayward semi-truck ran it over. Dale’s 2009 chenin-blanc vintage consummately balances lemon notes with the sweetness of spice and biscuit in a brand-defining reinvention. Wine aficionados surprised by the lack of a cork in Radford Dale bottles should read over Dale’s argument for the screwcap.

Radford Dale Wines

Most winemakers don’t get started until later in life. Alex Dale, on the other hand, discovered his life’s passion at age 15, and the knowledge he’s accumulated with each passing day distinguishes every bottle of Radford Dale Wines. Dale left his native England for the cork fields of Burgundy, but chose to locate his winery in a fertile region of South Africa, also known as The Cape of Good Hope, because of the creative freedom afforded him there. Among Dale’s first projects was restoring the good name to the chenin-blanc grape, whose image was forever tarnished when a wayward semi-truck ran it over. Dale’s 2009 chenin-blanc vintage consummately balances lemon notes with the sweetness of spice and biscuit in a brand-defining reinvention. Wine aficionados surprised by the lack of a cork in Radford Dale bottles should read over Dale’s argument for the screwcap.

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