Telegraph Station is made in south eastern Australia with input from the agency's new winemaker Clem Yates, and bottled in the UK.
A Semillon and a Pinot Noir are to launch exclusively in Tesco (rrp £10.99), and three blends are to join the portfolio in the future.
Cestino is made in Emilia-Romagna and is launching with a 2011 Trebbiano and Sangiovese. The name means bread basket, and the wine's label is designed to look like a menu in an Italian restaurant.
The wine is made by Italian producer MGM and is to retail for £7.99.
Off-Piste has also created Stellenbosch range Mount Rozier. Peacock Chardonnay and The Beekeeper Merlot are made at the same winery and by the same winemaker as top-end range Journey's End and bottled at source, and are designed to have a slightly more premium feel with an rrp of £9.99 but less of a focus on discounting.
Director Paul Letheren told OLN: "Like with [Australian range] Henry's Drive we've shown we can do some top-end stuff. We need to have a spectrum in our range."
Off-Piste's Garden Route wines, launched at last year's wine fair, are set to go into Asda and recently featured in Tesco's spring tasting.