The four-strong range, which comprises Beaujolais, Chablis, Mācon Villages Blanc and Mācon Rouge, is now being sold under the Pont Neuf label, part of the company's Cellars International brand.
Nisa-Today's private-label portfolio includes 16 European and New World wines.
An Italian range called Domani, a German range called Hanns Rittman and a Bulgarian Tirnerva will be introduced soon. Two ranges from California and South Africa will be added later in the year.
Steve Makin, Nisa-Today's category controller for wine, said: "The re launch has so far been a success, with all being well received by our members - packaging looks streamlined and contemporary, and screwcaps have been extended to some of the ranges."