The British wine industry is set to enjoy a resurgence as it looks set to hit the market with a new red wine called Red Muscadini.
According to the makers of Red Musch, the red wine will be available in 12 different varieties, including Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Sangiovese, Cabernets and Sangiovards.
Red Muscads will be sold in the UK and other markets in Europe, and will be offered in “a variety of flavours and styles”.
Red Musch says it hopes to sell a million bottles in the next 12 months.
“Red Musca is a great product to bring back to life the past and the present,” said chief executive of Red Music, Richard Whelan.
“The new Red Musca will be a welcome addition to the red market, with a very high potential to appeal to the world’s wine lovers and be the first red wine to hit British shores.”
Red Muscatin is produced in a traditional vineyard in Northern Italy, and is made from red grapes grown in the region.
It is widely known as a rich, aromatic and delicious wine, which has been sold in various forms and varieties since the mid-19th century.
The wine is widely available in Italy, France and Germany.
It can be consumed as a cocktail or a dry wine, and can be added to wine and spirits in the home.
The Red Muscatini is currently being produced at the Giro del Trentino in Italy.
A spokesperson for Red Musculatore said the company has recently entered negotiations with the UK Wine Trade Association (WTA) to supply the wine to Britain.
Red Music will be releasing a limited number of RedMuscatini in the United Kingdom, and it hopes that the wine will become a staple in the British wine market.
The company has already launched the Red Muscarella, a range of wines made from grapes grown on the island of Malta.