Wildling Winemaker’s Red Blend

McWilliam’s Wine Group Ltd has announced the release of Wildling premium red wine.

Launching in the U.S. this summer, Wildling is sourced in large part from 40-year-old, untrellised vines, there company says. The 40-year-old vines are bush vines, meaning no artificial support such as trellising.

The inclusion of premium grape varieties such as Petit Verdot allows the winemakers to compose a unique flavor profile, the company says.

Wildling is a blend of Shiraz, Petit Verdot and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes—sourced from the warm climate region of Griffith in South Eastern Australia—with an ABV of 13.5% and 16.1g/l residual sugar. It is imported by Total Beverage Solution, Mt. Pleasant, SC, (843) 881-0761, and currently distributed in the following states: California, Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, Metro NY, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Texas, Washington, West Virginia, and with Pennsylvania to be added shortly.

To reach Wildling’s targeted demographic, social media will be a primary driver of promotion for the brand.  In addition, on- and off-premise sampling events are slated for each of the company’s target markets.

The suggested retail price is $14.99.

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