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Co-operative to sell wine made from Australian and New Zealand grapes

Published:  08 October, 2015

The Co-operative is to list a wine made with grapes from both Australia and New Zealand among a number of new additions to its range.

Parallel Vines combines 70% Australian Chardonnay and 30% New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc in a blend created by buyer Ed Robinson and supplier Andrew Peace of Andrew Peace Wines. It will sell for £6.99.

Other new additions include three wines at £6.99 under the Co-op's own Truly Irresistible label: Chenin Blanc 2015 made by Darling Cellars in South Africa; Rioja Crianza 2012 from Bodegas Muriel; and Fiano 2014 made by Marco Giulioli under the guidance of consultant Riccardo Cotarella.