Product Launch - GLOBAL: Bacardi's Martini Brut
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Bacardi's Martini Brut
Category - Wine, Italy, sparkling, 11.5% abv
Available - From next month
Location - Globally, in all markets where the Martini brand is present
Price - In France, SRP of EUR7.50 (US$10.20) per 75cl bottle
Distribution - Bacardi
Bacardi has followed last week's celebrations of the 150th anniversary of the Martini brand with an addition to its Martini Spumante collection, which was launched in 2011 with Prosseco and Perla.
Martini Brut will go on sale worldwide next month.
"Martini Spumante are the Italian sparkling wines the most sold in the world, Prosecco is an iconic product - fresh, crisp with good citrus acidity. Perla is a medium dry rosé, fruity whilst well-balanced and alluring. Brut is dry with good acidity, vibrant, elegant and with a slight hint of almond," a Martini spokesman told just-drinks.
Earlier this year, Bacardi launched Martini Alta Langa, a 12.5% abv sparkling wine expression, in the Travel Retail channel.
just-drinks will publish an exclusive interview with the CEO of Bacardi, Ed Shirley, next week.
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