BJ’s Wholesale Club has released five new wines from its Wellsley Farms brand from across the globe.

The new wines include Wellsley Farms Malbec from Mendoza, Argentina; Wellsley Farms Prosecco and Wellsley Farms Pinot Grigio from Italy; Wellsley Farms Cabernet Sauvignon from California, US; and Wellsley Farms Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough, New Zealand.

Wellsley Farms Malbec Gran Seleccion is made with grapes handpicked at the highest elevations and bottled at vineyards in the winemaking region of Mendoza.

Made from Glera grapes, the Wellsley Farms Prosecco DOC Treviso Extra Dry is fruity and has notes of golden delicious apples, bananas and peaches. It is made using natural fermentation in Treviso, Italy.

“At BJ’s, we pride ourselves on offering unbeatable value and high-quality products.”

Wellsley Farms Pinot Grigio is estate-bottled in the Venezie winegrowing region and has a fruity bouquet.

Made from selected grapes grown on 25-year-old vines, the Wellsley Farms Cabernet Sauvignon Paso Robles is balanced with a core of black currant and a smooth finish.

The Wellsley Farms Sauvignon Blanc is selected from New Zealand’s Marlborough wine region and has tropical fruit flavours, balanced acidity and a clean finish.

BJ’s Wholesale Club beverages, pet and tobacco vice-president Bonnie Volpe said: “At BJ’s, we pride ourselves on offering unbeatable value and high-quality products.

“That’s why we’re excited to introduce our new Wellsley Farms wines from some of the finest winemaking regions in the world.”

BJ’s Wholesale Club operates membership warehouse clubs in the Eastern US and currently operates 216 clubs and 138 BJ’s Gas locations in 16 states.