Tesco launches Talisman Bull's Blood

20 July, 2017

Tesco has launched a new Hungarian range across stores nationally and online.

The retailer worked with Copestick Murray, an established distributor of Eastern European wines, to develop a new range under the new Talisman brand.

Talisman Bull’s Blood promises a “contemporary and exciting approach to generate more mainstream interest and demand”.

Bull’s Blood is one of Hungary’s most famous wines and, according to legend, dates back to 1552. Despite this long heritage, Bull’s Blood has relatively low awareness in the UK and Tesco hopes the eye-catching Talisman branding will help to “elevate awareness of this exciting wine”.

Copestick Murray worked closely with Torley, one of Hungary’s oldest and most established wineries, to develop the rich and intense red wine.

Jennifer Shaw, wine buyer for Tesco, said: “In line with growing trends, we are excited to be expanding our range of Eastern European wines with Copestick Murray. I am sure the story and quality of Talisman Bull’s Bloof will be popular with our customers, and we are pleased to be able to offer more choice in this category.”

Robin Copestick, managing director at Copestick Murray, said: “We are very excited to be working in collaboration with Tesco to launch Talisan Bull’s Blood to the UK market. We have given this fantastic wine a mystical and stylish design to make it more appealing and relevant to a wider audience.”

Talisman Bull’s Blood is available now in Tesco priced at £6. 




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