D&D unveils new ranges at LIWF

14 May, 2010

D&D Wines International is presenting its portfolio of wines from France, California and Washington at this year’s LIWF.

New wines include offerings from Green Hills in California and JB Bejot in Burgundy.

The Green Hills brand is a joint venture between D&D and Lange Twins Winery & Vineyards. The wines are sustainably produced and include a Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Sauvignon from Lodi, and Merlot from Clarksburg.

JB Bejot will present a new multi-tier range of 12 wines at the show, specifically designed for the off-trade, and to provide retailers with a “range solution” for Burgundy.

It has two red and two white wines at each level, including Mâcon Rouge and Mâcon Villages Blanc, at £8.99, through to Rully Blanc and Santenay Rouge in the upper tier at £14.99.




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