We campaign for a vibrant and sustainable wine and spirit industry so your business can thrive.

 

Members get easily accessible information on essential industry policy and regulation, opportunities to influence Government, and valuable networking opportunities.

Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR)

The Wine and Spirit Trade Association is calling on businesses who have not collected and submitted packaging data, from the first half of 2023, to act swiftly or risk facing financial penalties.

Latest from the WSTA

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New Jobs Board

Browse industry jobs, or submit a job today!

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Latest Guides & Publications

Check out our resources hub for the latest releases…

Upcoming Trade Diary events

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Media assistance and enquires on all industry issues

Policy work on an extensive range of
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Work with the UK Government on regulation

What does the WSTA do?

We campaign for a vibrant and sustainable wine and spirit industry, helping to build a future in which alcohol, and alcohol alternatives, are produced, sold and enjoyed responsibly.

Why join the WSTA?

The WSTA works to create an environment in which UK wine and spirit business can thrive. There are three main ways in which we seek to achieve this:

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Providing avenues of easily accessible information

Through phone lines, committees, groups and publications so you can keep up to date with changes in the industry

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Providing opportunities to influence policy

Through WSTA committees, networking groups and events that provide access to policy makers and Parliamentarians

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Providing market data publications

So that you are kept up to date with emerging trends in the market

Why Join The WSTA