db awards 2014: The winners revealed

The great and good of the drinks industry gathered to see this year’s 2014 Drinks Business Award winners announced at the London Wine Fair this week.

db-Awards-logo-2014-squareNow in its 11th year, the db awards have become the most authoritative, internationally respected badge of achievement in the alcoholic drinks industry.

From the retail sector to importers, logistics, design marketing campaigns and launches, the db Awards are designed to recognise and reward top performers across the international drinks industry.

Unveiled each year at the London Wine Fair, it is a chance for outstanding companies and individuals to win high profile recognition in front of some of the industry’s most influential representatives.

Full details on all of our award winners will be published in an upcoming issue of the drinks business.

Scroll through to see who picked up awards at this year’s ceremony… 

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