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Hildon Water becomes a Supporter of the Institute of Masters of Wine

Hildon Water becomes a Supporter of the Institute of Masters of Wine

The Institute of Masters of Wine is delighted to announce that Hildon Water has become a Supporter of the Institute.

Penny Richards, Executive Director of the Institute of Masters of Wine, said; “We are very pleased that Hildon has chosen to support us. Although we are an international organisation, we are proud of our roots, and it seems fitting that our tastings and other events will in future be accompanied by an acclaimed product from the heart of the English countryside.”

Hildon Water, which is an independently owned English company, was launched in 1989. To this day, the source, offices and bottling plant are located in the grounds of the Hildon Estate in the heart of the Test Valley, Hampshire. Hildon Water bottles and glasses picture.

Hildon, which is noted for its purity of taste, has become established as a luxury brand through its use at prestigious venues and sponsorship of many sporting events. Clients such as the Royal Household, the Royal Opera House, the Royal Albert Hall, the Ritz Hotel, Goodwood Estates and the Guards Polo Club have helped to ensure the increasing reputation and popularity of the Hildon name.

Hildon has recently been awarded Restaurant Magazine’s Chefs’ Choice Award in the best bottled water category for the 3rd consecutive year.

Christian Heppe, Chief Executive Officer of Hildon, said: “Hildon Natural Mineral Water has a well-established association with the fine wine industry since the launch of our classic Bordeaux bottle in 1989, and the appreciation of our distinctive terroir by sommeliers world-wide. We are honoured to support the highly prestigious Institute of Masters of Wine (IMW) and we look forward to working together.”

Ends (29 Jan 2015)

Contact:
Ben McKeown
Communications Manager, Institute of Masters of Wine
T: +44 (0)207 383 9131
E: bmckeown@mastersofwine.org
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