Latitude Beverage Company’s 90+ Cellars brand has partnered with nonprofit organisation Ski Vermont to create its new wine, the 90+ Cellars SKI VERMONT Cabernet Sauvignon.

The second release will be available for a limited period.

Ski Vermont president Molly Mahar said: “With overwhelming excitement and support for our first 90+ Cellars SKI VERMONT Cabernet Sauvignon, we were able to raise nearly seven thousand dollars last year for our scholarship programme.

“Collaborating again this year with 90+ Cellars, a fellow New England-based company, was an easy decision. We look forward to another successful release and to helping more future leaders in our industry on their paths to career success.”

Latitude Beverage noted that the release of the 90+ Cellars SKI VERMONT Cabernet Sauvignon is the newest vintage of the same delicious wine from California, a full-bodied red featuring hints of vanilla, dark chocolate, blackberry and warm oak spices.

Displaying artwork from one of Ski Vermont’s official posters, the label of the bottle encapsulates the feel of watching the sunset over Vermont’s mountain ranges.

The 90+ Cellars SKI VERMONT Cabernet Sauvignon is available for a suggested price of $14.99 at select retailers across Vermont.

In May last year, Latitude Beverage launched the ACK Rosé and MVY Rosé under its newest brand, Places Wines.

The company, based in the US, was founded by Kevin Mehra in 2007 and its portfolio of other national wine brands include, Lila Wines, Mija Sangria, Iron Side Cellars and Magic Door.

It partners with global wineries to bottle the wine under its labels.