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By Pat Brazzier The general lack of innovation in the wine category and the slowdown in the RTD sector, due partly to the rise in taxation last year, has signalled the arrival of a number of low alcohol wine-based brands hoping to attract young, female drinkers. Following successful trials, Bacardi-Martini are to launch Coomira Coast spritzer, a mix of New World Chardonnay, sparkling water and berry flavours. The brand, (5.0% abv/27.5 and 70.0cl bottles with crown caps) will be available from early August.


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