New Zealand-based producer Montana is releasing a new white wine.
The company announced that its Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2008 is arriving in the UK next month, recommending it for consumption on summer evenings.
According to Montana, a warm dry summer in New Zealand has created ripe and zesty flavours.
Chief winemaker Jeff Clarke said this year’s vintage would be “excellent”, adding: “Montana Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2008 has all the classic sauvignon blanc flavours in spades: bold, ripe, zesty capsicum, gooseberry, tropical fruit, mango and passion fruit.”
The drink comes with a recommended retail price of Â£7.99 and can be kept in a cellar for up to three years to develop complexity, or served with a variety of seafood dishes, Montana stated.
Earlier this week Talking Retail reported that Pernod Ricard had updated the packaging of its Graffigna brand, in order to attract more consumers to Argentinean wines.