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db Green Awards 2014: the shortlist

16th April, 2014 by Patrick Schmitt

The shortlist for The Drinks Business Green Awards 2014 has been announced following judging this week.

Green Awards 2014 Logo

The winners will be revealed on Tuesday 29 April at The Ivy

Once more, a high number of entries was received for this year’s awards, requiring an intense day of judging ahead of the awards event at The Ivy in London at the end of this month, where the winners will be announced.

Those businesses shortlisted were high achievers in their category who had used their awards entry to clearly highlight the extent of their progress when it comes to reducing their impact on the environment over the last 12 months.

The winners will be revealed on Tuesday 29 April at The Ivy at a ceremony starting at 4pm and finishing by 6pm.

For those interested in attending the awards ceremony please contact Sheila Crisp at The Drinks Business on +44 (0)20 7803 2430 or on email at sheila.crisp@thedrinksbusiness.com

To view last year’s winners please click here.

The shortlist for the The Drinks Business Green Awards 2014 is below:

Best Green Launch

Miguel Torres Chile
Viña Palo Alto
Adnams
Nomacorc LLC

Green Retailer of the Year

Jascots Wine Merchant
Adnams Cellar & Kitchen

Ethical Company of the Year

VSPT Wine Group
Cooperativa La Riojana
Jackson Family Wines
Pernod Ricard Winemakers New Zealand

Green Company of the Year

Kingsland Wines & Spirits
Lanchester Wine Cellars
Liberty Wines
VSPT Wine Group
Yealands Family Wines

Logistics Company of the Year

Carbotek
DHL Supply Chain/JD Wetherspoon
Innis & Gunn Brewing Company
Uniserve Drinks Logistics

Amorim

The Amorim Sustainability Award shortlist and winner will be announced on the night

The shortlist and winner for the The Amorim Sustainability Award will be announced on the night, along with the Lifetime Achievement Award and the Green Personality of the Year.  

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