The 10.3% abv wine is to retail for £8.65 and joins a Sauvignon Blanc and Shiraz Rosé in the Cool Harvest line-up.
Head of marketing Lucy Bearman said the release came in response to consumer demand for light and fresh varietal wines.
“The popularity of Pinot Grigio among consumers is continuing to grow, with the grape variety now sitting as the UK’s second best-selling wine,” she said.
“Australia is the greatest contributor to these sales, adding £10 million to the overall value of Pinot Grigio. Not only do consumers enjoy Australian Pinot Grigio, they’re happy to pay extra for it – the varietal has an average selling price more than 15% higher than the market average.”
Pinot Grigio grapes are harvested at night to keep freshness, crispness and vibrancy in the wine.
New Zealand’s Brancott Estate has also announced a lighter-alcohol variant – 9% abv Flight Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc – to be released in October.