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Black Tower launches low alcohol wine

Published:  25 May, 2011

The latest firm to catch the low alcohol bug is Reh Kendermann ? it is launching a 5.5% abv wine called B by Black Tower.

The latest firm to catch the low alcohol bug is Reh Kendermann ? it is launching a 5.5% abv wine called B by Black Tower.

The new Black Tower sub-brand B, available in white and rosé, is made by mixing vacuum distilled wine with regular wine. Reh Kendermann's joint managing director Nik Shritz told Harpers: "There seems to be the demand for it, and we are always looking to produce brands which consumers are looking for." Launched at LIWF, it is seeking UK distribution.


Shritz said that since Reh Kendermann's sister company specialises in de-alcoholising wines, it is "perfectly positioned" to offer lower alcohol wine.


The first UK shipment of Black Tower Pink Bubbly arrived with Morrison's last week, and Reh Kendermann has just signed an agreement with South African winery Waka Waka to bottle and distribute its wines worldwide. It has already started selling the wines in Germany, and Shritz said the UK is "still to come".

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