WSTA trade diary goes from strength to strength


The WSTA is encouraging more people from across the wine and spirits trade to sign up to its updated Trade Diary and free app, as new figures show that since its launch almost 1300 people have downloaded the free Trade Diary app.

The WSTA Trade Diary is where all major tastings and trade events are listed. The diary has now been improved to make it more streamlined and even easier to navigate through the various wine and spirit trade events taking place across the UK.

As well as improvements to the diary events can now be accessed and information uploaded using an improved smartphone app. The revitalised app enables users to browse events and to synchronise these to a smartphone calendar.

WSTA Membership & Marketing Manager, Louise Vaux said: 

“These new figures show that we are getting good pick up for the trade diary and we want to share this great service with as many people in the trade as possible, particularly those who are planning or hosting new events.

“We know that existing users value our diary for planning purposes and to get information about upcoming tastings and events. I hope these new developments will make life a little bit easier.

“The free trade diary app means you can load save and synchronise diary events on the go and view events on a map, based on your location."

The WSTA Trade Diary apps are available free via the following links:






Notes to Editors:

The WSTA is the voice of the wine and spirit industry, representing over 340 companies producing, importing and selling wines and spirits. We campaign to promote the industry’s interests with governments at home and abroad and work with our members to promote the responsible production, marketing and sale of alcohol.


For more information please contact:

Louise Vaux

Tel:      +44 (0) 20 7089 3877

Email:   [email protected]

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