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The Wine & Spirits Show: exhibitor highlights

There’s just one week to go until The Wine & Spirits Show 2021 – here are some of the exciting exhibitors confirmed for the event.

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Delamain Cognac will be among the exhibitors at this year’s show

The Wine & Spirits Show will be returning to the Chelsea Old Town Hall in London on 15, 16 and 17 October. It is an annual event hosted by The Spirits Business in partnership with its sister title, the drinks business.

Drinks industry professionals are invited to attend the free trade session on Friday 15 October, which will run from 2pm to 5pm.

Those interested in attending the trade session can register via the drinks business.

Consumer sessions will run across all three dates. On Friday 15 October, consumers will be able to attend from 1pm-8pm.

On Saturday 16 October ticket holders will be permitted from 1pm-7pm.

The session on Sunday 17 October will run from 12.30pm to 6pm.

Tickets are available to purchase from The Wine & Spirits Show website.

Furthermore, gin fans will be keen to know there will be 15 award-winning brands to choose from at the G&T Bar.

Below, you’ll find some of the spirits brands confirmed for next week’s unmissable event.

Delamain Cognac

DELAMAIN Pale and Dry Cognac

Cognac fans and novices alike will be able to explore two XO expressions from the Delamain brand: Delamain Cognac Pale & Dry Centenaire, and Delamain Cognac Pléiaide Revelation Collection Bonneuil.

Bottled at 42% ABV, Delamain Cognac Pale & Dry Centenaire comes in two formats, a 200ml bottle and a 500ml bottle, which retail for £30 (US$40) and £90 (US$123) respectively.

Delamain Cognac Pléiaide Revelation Collection Bonneuil sits at 45% ABV and costs £320 (US$436) per bottle.

The Delamain Cognac house is managed today by ninth-generation family member Charles Braastad, who works with cellar master Dominique Touteau to continue the Cognac brand’s legacy.

Dark Marina


Dark Marina Vodka

Also exhibiting at this year’s event will be Dark Marina, which will be showcasing its 10-strong portfolio of flavoured vodkas, including: Black Currant, Cherry, Blue Ice, and Caramel.

Magdalena Stankiewicz founded the brand in July 2019 and works with her father to grow the brand. The pair are continuing the legacy of Stankiewicz’s great-grandfather, who produced alcohol in Poland.

Atlas Gins

Atlas Gins

Earlier this week, The Wine & Spirits Show confirmed Atlas Gins would be bringing a trio of expressions to the 2021 event.

Visitors will be able to explore a trio of offerings from Atlas Gins, which launched in June 2020. The expressions on offer will be: Atlas Chai Gin, Atlas Love Cake Gin, and Atlas Shichimi Gin.

Each expression is bottled at 43% ABV and retails for RRP £48 (US$65) per 700ml bottle.

The gins are distilled once in a copper still and the botanicals are infused for 24 hours.

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