Old Git ­ the French wine produced from grapes grown on old vines ­ is to get a bit of class this autumn with the addition of a Reserve style. The quirkily named wine from Paul Boutinot Agencies comes from Mont Ventoux and has sold 100,000 cases since its launch in June last year. The brand extension differs from the original in that it has undergone 12 months maturation in French oak. Managing director Deborah Brooks said this was a logical extension of the brand and catered for a loyal franchise of regular drinkers. "The response to Old Git shows us consumers are attracted to the humour of the brand as well as its value for money," she added. Old Git retails at £3.99 and is listed by all the major multiples. The Reserve sells for £5.99. {{DRINKS }}