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Irish off-licences honoured at the NOffLA annual awards

22 January 2019

Irish off-licences honoured at the NOffLA annual awards

The NOffLA Off-Licence of the Year Awards 2019 were presented last night at the Honorable Society of King’s Inns in Dublin, and Liberty Wines were there to join in the celebrations.

The awards, which included 36 finalists, saw Blackrock Cellar awarded ‘National Off-Licence of the Year 2019’, Baggot Street Wines won ‘Responsible Retailer of the Year 2019’ and Eoin Stokes, of Molloy’s Liquor Store Tallaght, won ‘RTC Online Trainee of the Year 2019’.

Montes Wines proudly sponsored the Leinster Off-Licence' award, which was presented on the night to The Wine Centre, Kilkenny, by Liberty Wines' Joe Coyle.

Congratulations to all this year's award winners, pictured below (photo courtesy of NOffLA):

 

National Off-Licence of the Year 2019 –  Blackrock Cellar

Leinster Off-Licence of the Year 2019 – The Wine Centre, Kilkenny

Munster Off-Licence of the Year 2019 – Galvins Carry Out, Carrigaline

Connaught/Ulster Off-Licence of the Year 2019 – Dalys Drinks

Dublin Off-Licence of the Year 2019 – Jus de Vine

Wine Specialist of the Year 2019 – Mitchell & Son CHQ

Customer Service Award of the Year 2019 – The Vintry

Responsible Retailer of the Year 2019 – Baggot Street Wines

RTC Online Trainee of the Year 2019 – Eoin Stokes, Molloy’s Liquor Store Tallaght

Spirit Specialist of the Year 2019 – James Redmond & Sons Ltd.

Beer Specialist of the Year 2019 – Martin’s Off-Licence

Food Retailer Off-Licence of the Year 2019 – Donnybrook Fair, Dublin 4

 

NOffLA was established in 1991 and represents independent specialist off-licences across Ireland. For more details, please visit the NOffLA website.