Industry-wide survey looks at the future of post-Covid-19 trade wine tastings

Jacopo Mazzeo

Jacopo Mazzeo

12 June 2020

A number of UK PR agencies, generic bodies and wine logistics companies have launched a survey to explore the future of trade tastings in the aftermath of the coronavirus lockdown

The purpose of this industry-wide collaboration is to produce a 'comprehensive set of guidelines on organising safe Covid-19-aware trade and press tastings'. Such guidelines aim to reassure all stakeholders that tastings can be conducted in a safe environment.

Participating companies include:

  • New Zealand Winegrowers
  • Sopexa
  • Wines from Spain
  • Wine Australia
  • Wines of Chile
  • Wines of South Africa
  • Sensible Wine Services
  • Wine Sorted
  • Belleville Marketing
  • Bespoke Drinks Media
  • Bouteiller PR
  • Coco PR
  • Dillon Morral
  • Eviva
  • Ew-PR
  • Island Media
  • JK Marketing
  • Limm PR
  • Phillips Hill PR
  • Phipps PR
  • Relish PR
  • R&R
  • Spritz Marketing
  • Westbury Communications

The survey is aimed at UK wine trade professionals and can be accessed here. The deadline to submit a response is Tuesday 7 July.

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