db Awards 2015: The winners

Best Launch

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Special Commendation: Zonin 1821 for Zonin Primo Amore

Winner: Bibendum-PLB for the launch of a Sake range

The shortlist for Best Launch was:

  • Accolade Wines for Echo Falls Fruits
  • Bibendum PLB Group for The Bibendum Guide to Sake
  • Zonin 1821 for Zonin Primo Amore
  • W Communications for Coravin

 

 

Contribution to Wine and Spirits Tourism

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Runner-up: Stellenbosch Wine Routes

Winner: Zonin 1821

The shortlist for Contribution to Wine and Spirits Tourism was:

  • Stellenbosch Wine Routes
  • Susana Balbo Wines
  • Taste Hungary
  • Winerist
  • Zonin 1821

 

 

 

Best Trade Campaign

16th April 2015 Moet Academy @ OXO Tower, London PH: © Tom Horton

Special commendation: Gonzalez Byass for Vilarnau Cava & Calcotada

Winner: Moët Academy, from Moët & Chandon UK and Cube Communications

The shortlist for Best Trade Campaign was:

  • Gonzalez Byass for Vilarnau Cava & Calcotada
  • The WSTA for Drop the Duty
  • Moët & Chandon UK and Cube Communications for Moët Academy

 

 

 

 

 

Best Consumer Campaign

untitled-shoot-4201Runner-up: Concha y Toro for Cono Sur and the Tour de France Grand Depart

Winner: Laithwaites Wine for Wine with Legs

The shortlist for this year’s Best Consumer Campaign was:

  • Australian Vintage for the John Torode partnership
  • Concha y Toro for Cono Sur and the Tour de France Grand Depart
  • Laithwaites Wine for Wine with legs
  • Marstons for Pedigree
  • Hardys: Official Wine of England Cricket

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