Celebrate the drinks industry’s green leaders in London

Come and celebrate the drinks industry’s green leaders on Monday next week between 3 and 5pm at The Club at The Ivy in London.

The winners from the Green Awards ceremony 2014

The winner in each category of 2018’s drinks business Green Awards will be announced during an awards ceremony at the famous restaurant on 19 November, where sustainably-sourced and delicious drinks will be served to the great, good, and eco-conscious of the wine, beer and spirits trade.

This is an opportunity not only to network with leading industry figures in a magnificent setting, but also to learn about the greatest green initiatives in the drinks industry today.

And this is your only chance to do so, after all, the drinks business Green Awards is the sole set of industry gongs dedicated exclusively to all that is environmentally sensitive, socially-responsible and alcoholic.

So, please register your interest by contacting Sophie Allan at sophie.allan@unionpress.co.uk or call the drinks business on +44 (0)2078032420.

For more information about the drinks business Green Awards, click here, and to see last year’s winners click here.

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The companies shortlisted for this year’s awards ceremony can be seen below.

10 International

Altia Plc

Angove Family Winemakers

Australian Vintage Ltd

California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance

Chivas Brothers (Text100)


Cono Sur Winery

Conte Tasca d’Almerita

Davenport Vineyards

Elephant Gin


Ferrari Trento

Fetzer Vineyards

Glengoyne Distillery

Hallgarten & Novum Wines

Honest Grapes

Jackson Family Wines

JF Hillebrand


Napa Valley Vintners

Pernod Ricard Winemakers

Pernod Ricard Winemakers Spain

Pernod Ricard Winemakers USA

Spier Wine Farm

The Sustainable Spirit Co

Vintage Roots

VSPT Wine Group


Wine, Climate Change and Biodiversity Program

Click here to see all the categories in The Drinks Business Green Awards 2018

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