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Brancott Estate is the brand adopted since 2010 by Pernod Ricard for New Zealand's largest wine producer, formerly Montana Wines, which now operates as the New Zealand division of Pernod Ricard Winemakers. The name comes from its Brancott winery in Blenheim, and was chosen to reduce confusion in the United States market with wines from the state of Montana.
In The News
Austin Chronicle reports"Brancott Estate's New Low Calorie Wines: Low alcohol Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Grigio via New Zealand - Food"
New Zealand Herald reports"Ninety staff to lose jobs as Pernod Ricard winds up Tamaki site citing 'economic headwinds'"
The Drinks Business reports"10 of the world's lowest calorie wines"
The Drinks Business reports"Pernod Ricard UK relaunches Brancott Estate low calorie wine range"