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Two major awards for Concha y Toro UK

by CyT UK, 23.05.2016

Concha y Toro UK is celebrating receiving two major industry awards in May 2016.

Branded Alcohol Supplier of the Year - The Grocer Gold Awards

We were thrilled to receive this award, which is compiled from unprompted feedback from industry buyers across the multiple grocers, wholesalers and convenience sectors. The Grocer said:

“This poll marks the first time a wine supplier has won in the BWS category. Chile-based Concha y Toro emerged
victorious for a number of reasons.”

Buyers pointed to clever “strategy alignment and support” from Concha y Toro. Buyers also praised the strength of
Concha y Toro’s brands, notably Casillero del Diablo, and praised Concha y Toro for getting the basics right, providing
“the most contact and updates from any logistics team” and consistently being “accurate and timely” with deliveries.

Drinks Company of the Year - The Drinks Business Awards 

We were no less delighted to pick up this very prestigious award from The Drinks Business at the London Wine Fair. This is the most important award given out, and we beat a very strong field to claim it.

The judges praised our ‘standout performance’ in 2015, and commented:

"With its high profile sponsorships, this company is investing in its brands in the challenging UK market, and, at a time when retailers are promoting own label wines, Concha y Toro UK is spending big to make their products must-stock brands.”

Concha y Toro UK General Manager Simon Doyle says:
“These awards are recognition of our commitment to a strategy that offers brands which deliver great
value to shoppers and sustainable added value service to our customers. I’d like to thank all our
customers for their continued support as we explore ever more opportunities in the branded wine sector.”