DB awards 2017: the winners announced

We bring you the winners of 2017’s Drinks Business Awards, which were announced yesterday afternoon at a ceremony at the London Wine Fair.

Over the following pages are the results from this year’s awards, which are are engineered to recognise and reward top performers across the international drinks industry.

Now in their 14th year, 2017’s winners confirmed the increased importance of retro drinks packaging, the strength of the whisky and gin sectors, the power of consumer events, and the rise of one company in particular, the UK’s Conviviality Plc.

A full report on each winning person, brand and business will appear on thedrinksbusiness.com tomorrow, complete with pictures and judges comments, while today we bring you a list of the winners in each category, beginning with our awards for the leaders in drinks design.

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Sale & Operations Manager

Marussia Beverages
Marylebone, London, UK

PRESTIGE ACCOUNT MANAGER – EUROPE

Jackson Family Wines
London, UK

Sales Executive

MAISON SASSY
London, GB

Head of Supplier Management - Group

Matthew Clark
London and Bristol, UK

Brand Manager – Whisky

ATOM Brands
Tunbridge Wells, UK

Brand Manager - Gin

ATOM Brands
Tunbridge Wells, UK

International Business Development Assistant

iDealwine
Paris, France with frequent trips to London office

Events Assistant

Speciality Drinks
London, UK

Sales Administrator

Les Caves de Pyrène
Guildford, UK

Pink Rosé Festival

Cannes,France
7th Feb 2018

VinoVision Paris

Paris,France
12th Feb 2018

Vinisud

Montpellier,France
18th Feb 2018
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Champagne Masters 2017

The only Champagne blind tasting in the UK, the competition will reward the best wines in the following categories:

The Global Rosé Masters 2017

With wines from the palest of pink to almost ruby red, bone dry to almost cloyingly sweet, reductively handled to barrel-aged, as well as gently spritzy to fully sparkling.

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