Coming up at this year's London International Wine & Spirits Fair…

Australia's Green Point (Moët Hennessy stand G32), established in 1986 by Moët & Chandon, will unveil the new visual identity for its full range at this years' LIWSF.  The range redesign largely focuses on the sparkling range and its stainless steel crown seal.

In addition, the fair will see the launch of the Green Point Non Vintage Rosé. A Mèthode Traditionnelle sparkling wine, the rosé will be available to both the on and off-trade, with an exclusive listing in Majestic for three months. The full Green Point portfolio will also be available to taste on the throughout the LIWSF.

Trapiche will be showing its off-trade-focused ranges on the HBJ Wines & Spirits stand (stand I21) at this year's fair. As well as an addition to the Astica portfolio, visitors will be able to sample the three wines which chief winemaker Daniel Pi - who will be present - has chosen to release for the second year of the Trapiche Malbec Single Vineyard collection.

The trio are all from the 2004 vintage: Viña Carlos Gei Berra from Lunlunta, Viña Victorio Coletto from El Peral and Viña Pedro Gonzalez from El Cepillo.

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