db awards 2014: The winners revealed

Design & Packaging for Spirits

Winner:  Bailey’s Chocolat Luxe by Lewis Moberly

“As for a winner, the judges were unanimous in their praise for a piece of packaging that has successfully and beautifully taken an existing brand into a new and more luxurious sphere.”

Special commendation: Bunnahabhain 40 year old by Burn Stewart Distillers.

“The judges decided to award a special commendation in this category, and that goes to a design that was deemed both aspirational and exciting.”

Best Logistics Company

Winner: JF Hillebrand

“This company has been praised our judges for its “restless innovation” and adding real value to its clients’ businesses as well as recent in-house initiatives such as a Carbon Calculator tool.”

Runner-up: London City Bond

“We decided to award a company which has undergone major changes in the last year, moving head office and investing £1 million into its Vinotheque fine wine storage facility.”

Best Trade Campaign

Winner: The WSTA for its Call Time on Duty campaign

“This goes to a well-orchestrated campaign which won resounding support from the drinks trade and undoubtedly played a vital role in the UK Chancellor’s decision to halt the damaging alcohol duty escalator.”

Special commendation: The Benevolent for its campaign called Here to Help

“The judges wanted to recognise the fantastic job being done by the UK’s drinks trade charity, whose campaign marks a major step up in efforts to build awareness of the support services it offers.”

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