Hungarian brand Chapel Hill gave its Pinot Grigio wine a new look for Waitrose at the end of last year and now UK supplier Myliko International will use the fair to reveal a revamp for the entire range. Myliko will also launch a rosé in its Spice Trail range - Hungarian wines created to accompany spicy and oriental foods. Another East European rosé debuting at the show is Boyar Estates’ Blueridge Black Rosé, a darker rosé from Bulgaria, presented in a clear bottle to emphasise its colour.

Winemaking team Dimitar Panov and Kapka Georgieva will unveil new Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon wines made using grapes from Boyar’s own private vineyards and specially selected lots. Also on show will be the repackaged Domaine Boyar Reserve wines in the form of the new 2001 vintage, as well as a new vintage of the unoaked DB varietals.