Happy Midsummer from Concealed Wines!

Happy Midsummer from Concealed Wines!

This Friday we will celebrate Midsummer in Sweden. It is the time of year where friends and families come together and eat & drink too much and sing & dance around the midsummer pole (imitating frogs is one of the most popular!) to celebrate the beginning of summer. The weather forecast is not looking too promising, but that is almost the case every year – so it is a part of the tradition! Wishing you all a lovely weekend and

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Systembolaget Publishes new Purchase Plan for March 2017

Systembolaget Publishes new Purchase Plan for March 2017

We have had a busy and exciting day today at the office, as Systembolaget published its purchase plan for all new products that are to be launched in March 2017. We have been working hard at translating as well as uploading all new offers to our webpage. The purchase plan is as usual divided up into two different deadline periods. One fore the new world, spirits and beer and a second one for the old world. The first deadline is

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New tenders published by ALKO (Finland) and VINMONOPOLET (Norway)

New tenders published by ALKO (Finland) and VINMONOPOLET (Norway)

This week has been a busy week at the office. Both ALKO and VINMONOPOLET have published new tenders for products that will be launched during the first half of 2017, and we have kept busy getting them up on our webpage. We are happy to see that there are some very interesting tenders that have been published and we hope to have the opportunity to work on them together! To have a look at these new tenders, please visit our

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Today we launch two new products at Systembolaget

Today we launch two new products at Systembolaget

Today is not only a good day because the sun is shining on us here in Stockholm; but we are also launching two new products at Systembolaget. A Pale Ale from New Zealand and a Cabernet Sauvignon from Margaret River in Australia. Tuatara APA It all started when Tuatara was brewing an APA (American Pale Ale) and ran out of American hops (!). As a result they turned to a more local solution and created a New Zealand version of

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