Bordeaux Index Wins Prestigious Wine Award For 3rd Time In Five Years
Underlining its growing reputation as the country’s leading fine wine merchant, Bordeaux Index (http://www.bordeauxindex.com/) has secured one of the industry’s most prestigious trade awards.
Beating off stiff competition the company was named as ‘Bordeaux Specialist Merchant of the Year’ at the International Wine Challenge in London.
Last night’s triumph was the third time in five years that Bordeaux Index has won the prize, following victories in 2008 and 2010.
“After a two-year absence, it’s great to have the award in back,” said Gary Boom, founder and Managing Director of Bordeaux Index. “But more importantly it’s recognition for the effort the whole company has put in over the last year.”
“We continue to work closely with the top chateaux and negociants in Bordeaux to make sure we can offer a constant stream of perfect provenance, keenly-priced wines to our loyal customers.
“While the award cements our reputation as the country’s leading Bordeaux merchant, our search for the finest wines stretches to the top estates around the world. Over the last 18 months sales of wines from Burgundy, Champagne and Italy have all grown sharply as we continue to explore new opportunities.”
The International Wine Challenge is one of the world’s largest and most renowned competitions in the industry, rewarding wine producers, retailers and merchants. It is co-chaired by six leading industry figures – Tim Atkin MW, Oz Clarke, Charles Metcalfe, Sam Harrop MW, Derek Smedley MW and Peter McCombie MW.
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