Top Tip

16 November, 2007

Off-licence owners should read the wine pages of the national newspapers, probably easiest online, to see if any wines they stock have write-ups. They can then use the quotes and reviews to highlight the wines with handwritten shelf-barkers or to pull out for in-store tastings.

Debbie Feickert, director, Phipps PR

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