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Ireland’s wine star turns: part two

In the second and final part of our Business Post Gold Star Awards 2020, we hand out the coveted Wine and Spirits Personality of the Year prize and the Best Multiple of the Year Award

12th January, 2020

Welcome to Part Two of the annual Business Post Gold Star Awards. The ever-expanding and hugely successful nature of the drinks industry in Ireland has meant that, over the last couple of years, we have expanded our awards to occupy two editions of the magazine each new year.

Two awards that are always the subject of intense interest are the Wine and Spirits Personality of the Year prize and, for very different reasons, the Best...

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