Three Mills Reserve comes in rosé, white and redles, all with an rrp of £3.99 and alcoholic strengths of 11% or 11.5%.
The wine is fermented in Norfolk from Spanish Airén grape must before natural flavours are added.
The range will be launched in selected regional retailers and online before being rolled out to supermarkets nationwide.
David Thornhill, sales and marketing director for Broadland Wineries, said: “This mid-market range builds on the success of the Three Mills brand and reflects the growing interest in light British wines among consumers.
“We’re pleased to be able to add these elegant, easy-to-drink wines to our product portfolio.
“We’re confident they’ll prove popular with customers.”