WINE o'clock has just become fruitier as Echo Falls has launched two new flavours tasting of raspberry & lavender and melon & mint.
The new range from Echo Falls should please wine fans whether you're team white or team rosé.
If rosé wine is your to go to, you might like the flavour of juicy raspberries and fragrant lavender.
While white wine fans might prefer sipping on the flavour combination of cantaloupe melon and fresh garden mint.
Echo Falls recommends you to try them either on their own chilled or poured into a glass of ice with raspberries or fresh mint as garnish.
The wine bottles come with a recommended retail price of £4.50.
The raspberry and lavender flavour will be available to buy at Co-op from mid-May, while both of them will also be available at Nisa around the same time.
Echo Falls hasn't yet clarified the date though, so we'll update this article once we hear back.
The mint and melon flavour will also be available at Tesco from May 25.
The wines are sold in 75cl bottles and come with an alcohol by volume (ABV) of just 5.5 per cent.
This is lower compared to Echo Falls' typical ABV in wine ranging from 9 per cent to 10.5 per cent.
The cheapest bottle of Echo Falls' wine in the big four supermarkets can be found at Asda for £3.75.
The Sun has asked Echo Falls how many calories the tipples contain, so we'll update this article once we hear back.
If you're enjoying a glass of wine or two, make sure you're Drinkaware.
Echo Falls has launched a wide range of new products recently, including a pink gin.
It's also rolled out rum-infused wine which tastes of coconut and pineapple.
Plus, it's launched a gin-infused rosé and they are a match made in heaven.
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