And the winners are…

02 February, 2011

Waitrose has scooped four gongs at OLN’s prestigious Drinks Retailing Award, taking home prizes for Supermarket of the Year, Multiple Wine Retailer of the Year, Multiple Beer Retailer of the Year and Drinks Buying Team of the Year.

Majestic picked up the coveted High Street Chain of the Year award for the fourth year running.

Cheshire-based Corks Out won Independent Wine Retailer of the Year, London’s Whisky Exchange made it a hat-trick by winning Independent Spirits Retailer of the Year for the third year in a row and Naked Wines took home awards for Innovation of the Year and Online/Direct Mail Retailer of the Year.

And the winners are:

Innovation of the Year: Naked Wines

Online/Direct Mail Retailer of the Year: Naked Wines

Drinks Wholesaler of the Year: Booker

Drinks Buying Team of the Year: Waitrose

Convenience Store of the Year: Mo’s

Multiple Cider Retailer of the Year: Sainsbury’s

Independent Cider Retailer of the Year: Jug & Bottle

Independent Beer Retailer of the Year: Chester Beer & Wine

Multiple Beer Retailer of the Year: Waitrose

Independent Spirits Retailer of the Year: The Whisky Exchange

Multiple Spirits Retailer of the Year: Sainsbury’s

Independent Drinks Retailer of the Year: Cambridge Wine Merchants

Independent Wine Retailer of the Year: Corks Out

Multiple Wine Retailer of the Year: Waitrose

High Street Chain of the Year: Majestic

Supermarket of the Year: Waitrose

Lifetime Achievement Award: David Smith, Booths




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