Indie re-opens under new guise

03 September, 2010

Worcestershire independent wine retailer Stanton Wine Company has closed for business.

The premises has reopened under the ownership of James Kemp. It has been renamed Broadway Wine Company after the town in which it is located.

Stanton Wines was established as a wholesale business in 1995 and opened the shop in 2001. Kemp said the shop had not been trading to its full potential and his priority was to increase stock levels and run more tasting events.




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