Asda won best supermarket 2015
Decanter Retailer Awards chairman, Peter Richards MW, Asda Wine Manager Phillippa Carr MW and Decanter Tastings Director Christelle Guibert. Asda won Best Supermarket, with Inscription & Spencer as the sprinter-up.
See the full list of winners and runners up here
The Wine Society won National Wine Retailer of the Year
The Bottle Apostle won Large Independent Retailer of the Year
Peter Richards MW and Christelle Guibert with the team from Bottle Apostle, who took the prize for Large Independent Retailer of the Year.
Meet the judges for the 2015 Retailer Awards
The Decanter Retailer Awards took place at the Connaught Hotel, London
Small Independet Wine Retailer of the Year went to Uncorked.
Uncorked won the award for Small Independent
Specialist award winners Roberson Wine and Vini Italiani
Roberson Wine held on to the award for Specialist – Americas, and Vini Italiani took the award for Specialist – Italy.
Guests loved Charles Heidsieck Champagne to celebrate the awards.
The New Zealand Wine Cellar won the award for Specialist – Australia and New Zealand
The New Zealand Wine Cellar – who were funded through crowd funding – won the Specialist – Australia & New Zealand Award.
Howard Ripley won the award for Specialist – Germany & Austria
Retailer Howard Ripley won the award for Specialist – Germany & Austria, as well as the sprinter up for Specialist – Burgundy.
Guests loved canapes and Champagne at the Connaught Hotel in London.
Handford won the award for Specialist – South Africa
The award for Specialist – South Africa went to Handford Wine.
Bordeaux Index won the award for Specialist – Bordeaux.
The award for Specialist – Bordeaux went to Bordeaux Index.
Goedhuis won the award for Specialist –
Goedhuis & Co won the Retailer award for Specialist – Burgundy.
The award for Specialist – Spain & Portugal went to Highbury Vintners.
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