GHANA – Pernod Ricard Winemakers a subsidiary of French wine and spirits producer Pernod Ricard has launched two premium wines, Jacob’s Creek and Campo Viejo in Ghana.
The Classic Jacob’s Creek Chardonnay is made soft and fresh with creamy peaches, fresh melon and a tasty oak finish and contains a 13.1 % (ACL).
It is one of Australia’s leading global wine brands with an aromatic and slightly bubbly with ripe grapes, lychee, tropical fruit, floral and citrus aromas offering quality contemporary wine styles with great varietal expression.
The rich and fruity Spanish Rioja wine, Campo Viejo Tempranillo with a 13.5 % (ACL) is made with intense rich flavours of ripe red cherries and strawberries, followed by sweet vanilla and spice.
Its commitment to bring the vibrancy of Rioja to the world has seen Campo Viejo become one of the leading Rioja wine brands globally and enjoyed in more than 50 countries.
“Pernod Ricard is excited to introduce and showcase these premium wines in Ghana with a private group of wine enthusiasts to experience selections from our wine portfolio which feature high-quality wines that are setting the benchmark for innovation in the winemaking world.’’ said Cyran Wojciech, Brand Ambassador for Pernod Ricard Winemakers.
Pernod Ricard Winemakers was founded in 2010. It features brands such as Brancott Estate and Stoneleigh from New Zealand, Jacob’s Creek from Australia, Campo Viejo from Spain, and Etchart from Argentina.
The business is also affiliated with several other wine brands worldwide, including Kenwood Vineyards in the United States and Helan Mountain in China.
With over 2,000 employees based across five continents, Pernod Ricard Winemakers is dedicated to producing high-quality, premium wines and setting the benchmark for innovation in the winemaking world.
It’s parent company Pernod Ricard has announced it intends to sell its sparkling wine brand Café de Paris and the Cubzac production site to Invivo Wine, the wine division of the French agricultural cooperative.
Pernod Ricard and Invivo are in talks to establish a sub-contracting agreement for the brands that will not be sold to Invivo.
Also, it is planning to merge its two French businesses, Ricard and Pernod by July 2020 which would lead to 280 jobs being open to voluntary redundancy.
It is part of a strategy Pernod Ricard is implementing to keep its market share in France, in a project it has called ‘Reconquer’.