Grow Africa

A 2013 Pinot Noir Collaboration

A 2013 Pinot Noir Collaboration


A 2013 Pinot Noir Collaborative Project

Grow International is proud to announce the release of Grow Africa 2013 Pinot Noir. This is a story where passion, abundance, and stewardship meet and work together in serving others. You are invited to be a part of the story, attend an event and purchase some wine. Every purchase directly supports our work in West Africa, helping train and empower farmers.

The wine is a classic old-world style of Pinot Noir created from a blend of four varieties, focused on elegance and the true expression of an Oregon Pinot Noir. The grapes are grown in the Yamhill Valley on the 15-acre Bayliss-Bower estate vineyard of Ghost Hill Cellars which is LIVE certified and SALMON-SAFE.


Bottle $35.00

Case $360.00

This is a limited production of only 200 Cases.

Winemaker for Grow Africa

Our Winemaker

Rebecca Marie Pittock Shouldis

Rebecca has spent much of her adult life pursuing her passion for wine. She produces several highly rated wines from Pinot Noir and very small lots of Syrah and Viognier. Currently, in addition to Grow Africa, she makes the wine for Ghost Hill Cellars, Gypsy Dancer Estates, and her own label A La Main (french for “done by hand”). She is co-owner of The Wine R.A.T.; a company created to assist small brands with all aspects of wine production, sales and marketing from start to finish. Rebecca is the right person to be making exceptional wine for Grow Africa. She has a true appreciation for the joys of life including family, food and wine, travel and the service of others; you can taste her dedication in the finished products. Wines created by hand and from the heart.