Masculine wines, sophisticated rosés and fruit-flavoured sparkling offerings have put themselves on the map as emerging trends, which will continue to gain traction over the course of the next few years.
Polarisation of premium and discount markets continues to be one of the key trends affecting the UK wine industry.
A hot topic of conversation on the last day of the London Wine Fair is about how those in the industry share knowledge and information – and if the trade is working towards encyclopaedic database in the vein of Wikipedia.
Makers & Co., a new range of lightly sparkling 4% alcohol drinks, is taking centre at the Off-Piste stand at this year’s London Wine Fair.
Harpers Design Awards
Design is a vital ingredient to the success of any drinks brand. The Harpers Design Awards aims to recognise recently launched, redesigned or well established designs within the industry. Enter the Harpers Design Awards and gain the recognition you deserve.Harpers Design Awards
The Harpers Awards has quickly established itself within the industry as a key event of the year. The awards ceremony is the perfect opportunity for businesses and personalities to make their mark on the sector and stand out further from the competition.Harpers Awards
International Wine Challenge
Every year the International Wine Challenge celebrate outstanding achievements in the UK wine trade and are recognised as the leading industry awards.IWC
France Summit / October
Major French wine producers, UK distributors, buyers and influential wine personalities from across the industry, come together to look at the many ways in which the French wine industry is adapting and listening to the UK market. The day consists of key industry debates, case studies, masterclasses, tasting zones and was rounded off with the French Wine Awards.France Summit
SITT / Spring & Autumn Tastings
The Specialist Importers Trade Tastings, better known as SITT within the industry, are a collection of focused wine tastings dedicated to serving the independent sector.SITT