Premium Australian wine company Tempus Two will unveil a range extension and vintage releases from the McGuigan stand. The company will launch Tempus Two Copper, plus new vintage releases of the regionally driven Tempus Two Pewter range.
Grant Burge wines will join the Hatch Mansfield stand for the first time and the full range of Australian wines from the Barossa-based producer will also be on show.
Importer Myliko will be displaying its new Australian wines from Nugan Estate, a premium producer in Griffith, NSW. The estate's two main labels include Nugan Estate and Cookoothama, as well as the entry level Wally's Hut.
Dr Arabella Woodrow, Myliko's business development manager, says: "The range presents choice for the retailer right through from cheaper than £4.50 to more than £6 and succeeds in capturing the essence of the best that South and South Eastern Australia can offer."
On the Bottle Green stand Andrew Peace will be relaunching, bringing together his wines - including the Mighty Murray and Masterpeace ranges - under the umbrella of Andrew Peace Wines.
Importer HwCg will be showcasing its Australian portfolio and displaying new brands from the recently acquired Robert's Estate winery in Victoria.
The first, Calder Grove, was created for the multiple sector with packaging designed to appeal to a female audience.
Commissioner's Block, meanwhile, will be targeted at specialists and independents.
HwCg, now the distributor for Evans & Tate, will be completely relaunching the Barramundi range with new packaging and blends. There will also be new wines from Evans & Tate's premium Margaret River portfolio.
On the FGL Wine Estates stand, Lindemans will be unveiling its refreshed packaging. According to FGL, the closely guarded secret of its new look will at last be displayed throughout the show.
Wine specialist Stratford's Wine Agencies will be using the event as a launch platform for the latest addition to its Australian portfolio with the launch of Pirie Wines from Tasmania. The Pirie South range will retail at £8.99 and the Pirie Estate range will retail from £10.99 to £12.99.
Also under its Australian portfolio, Hope Estate wines from Hunter Valley will be launching three new ranges - Hope Yellow Rock, Hope Estate Blue Label from the Hunter Valley and Hope Estate Red Label.