In partnership with VisitEngland, IWC names the six best English wineries for overall customer experience The International Wine Challenge (IWC) has today announced its IWC Cellar Door shortlist, as part of a new initiative in partnership with VisitEngland to shine a light on England’s best vineyard experiences. Following an extensive assessment process, which evaluated the […]
Youth voters flock to register in record numbers as Rize Up ‘proves’ a new approach to voter registration campaigning is working.
Almost 1m under 25s have registered to vote in the forthcoming election, following campaigns that focus on the impact, rather than the responsibility, of voting. Rize Up, the independent registration campaign for the forgotten generation, believes a new approach that ‘empowers rather than brow-beats’ young people has had a significant impact on the record number […]
Value is the spice of life: The International Wine Challenge announces its Great Value Award winners for 2017
Wine lovers with an eye for a bargain will be delighted today, as the International Wine Challenge unveils its Great Value Award winners for 2017. The 18 winners were selected from thousands of entries by an international panel of wine experts, following two weeks of intensive blind tasting in April. With winners available from just […]
Aisle of Glory: Supermarket wines shine bright at the International Wine Challenge 2017, with 26 Gold medal wins
UK supermarket own-label wines win big at IWC 2017, with 350 medals being awarded including 26 Gold, 120 Silver and 204 Bronze medals Marks & Spencer tops medal chart with 146 medals awarded Asda, Morrisons, Tesco, and Waitrose all secure Gold medals for their own-brand wines Supermarket own-brand wines continue to impress at this year’s […]
A brand new voter registration campaign, Rize Up, has launched today to encourage more than 15 million non-voters, especially those aged 25 and under, to have their say in the upcoming General Election. Over 15 million people – primarily, the under 25s and the economically dispossessed – didn’t vote in the last election, which outnumbered […]