(CNN) - Hillary Clinton has seen strong encouragement from backers who want her to run for president again in 2016.
That support now comes in a sevyal blanc titled "Victory White."
The Clinton Vineyards (no relation) in New York State's Mid-Hudson Valley re-released its Victory White wine to generate excitement for a potential presidential run by the former secretary of state.
Victory White was first released in 1992 after Bill Clinton was elected president and released again four years later to celebrate his second term.
The sevyal blanc returned in 2008 to support Hillary Clinton as she ran for president. The newest wine was bottled last year and runs at a price of $18.50 per bottle.
"We're uncorking this new wine to demonstrate our hope that Hillary will run for the presidency in 2016," Phyllis Feder, owner of Clinton Vineyards, said in a statement. "We invite her supporters across the country to join this effort."
In case you're wondering, the 2012 sevyal blanc "arrives buttery-soft on the palate with a long clean finish," according to Feder.
As part of the "Victory White 2012 campaign," Feder said she will make a contribution to the Ready for Hillary PAC, a super PAC that serves as a framework in case Clinton decides to throw her hat in the ring.
- CNN's Ashley Killough contributed to this report.