Accolade Park

Bristol, United Kingdom Packaging, Warehousing, Distribution & Innovation Centre

Accolade Wines’ manufacturing facility in the UK, Accolade Park, is a multi-award winning bottling facility which employs over 500 people and produces 25 million 9L case equivalents of wine each year.

Accolade Park is a state of the art manufacturing plant and the only dedicated wine bottling facility in the UK, with the ability to package every format, from 187ml to 75cl in glass bottles and 1.5Ltr to 10Ltr casks.

With 6 packaging lines and the capability of producing 1,200 bottles of wine every minute, Accolade Park is also home to the largest wine warehouse and distribution centre in Europe (80,000m²).

Accolade Park bottles 92% of the company’s wine sales in the UK and over 50% of Accolade wine sales in Europe.

Our strategy creation methodology continues to deliver both strategic high level projects and local innovations.

Our operational philosophy is based on the Lean approach, which has led to the development of our people and systems at Accolade Park, resulting in continuous improvement and innovation.

richard_lloyd
“Accolade Park is a magical place to go to work everyday as there is a real energy and passion that is tangible from everyone you meet. The desire to raise our standards in every aspect each day and truly understand what the customer wants is what sets the site apart from the competition and why it wins so many awards.”

~ Richard Lloyd – General Manager, European Operations and Supply Chain

Featuring

Top line Features & Benefits of Accolade Park

The largest wine warehouse and distribution centre in Europe: 80,000m²

The only dedicated wine production facility in UK that can bottle all size formats (187ml, 250ml, 75cl, 1.5L, 2.25L, 3L, 10L)

Annual bottling capacity of 25 million 9 litre equivalents

Annual production capability of cask is approximately five million 9 litre equivalents

Six packaging lines – filling a total of 1,200 bottles per minute

Sustainable initiatives including rainwater harvesting and sensor controlled lighting

Accolade Park

Bristol, United Kingdom Packaging, Warehouse and Distribution Centre

Accolade Wines’ manufacturing facility in the UK, Accolade Park, is a multi-award winning bottling facility which employs over 500 people and produces 25 million 9L case equivalents of wine each year.

Accolade Park is a state of the art manufacturing plant and the only dedicated wine bottling facility in the UK, with the ability to package every format, from 187ml to 75cl in glass bottles and 1.5Ltr to 10Ltr casks.

With 6 packaging lines and the capability of producing 1,200 bottles of wine every minute, Accolade Park is also home to the largest wine warehouse and distribution centre in Europe (80,000m²).

Accolade Park bottles 92% of the company’s wine sales in the UK and over 50% of Accolade wine sales in Europe.

Our strategy creation methodology continues to deliver both strategic high level projects and local innovations.

Our operational philosophy is based on the Lean approach, which has led to the development of our people and systems at Accolade Park, resulting in continuous improvement and innovation.

richard_lloyd
“Accolade Park is a magical place to go to work everyday as there is a real energy and passion that is tangible from everyone you meet. The desire to raise our standards in every aspect each day and truly understand what the customer wants is what sets the site apart from the competition and why it wins so many awards.”

~ Richard Lloyd – General Manager, European Operations and Supply Chain

Featuring

Top line Features & Benefits of Accolade Park

The largest wine warehouse and distribution centre in Europe: 80,000m²

The only dedicated wine production facility in UK that can bottle all size formats (187ml, 250ml, 75cl, 1.5L, 2.25L, 3L, 10L)

Annual bottling capacity of 25 million 9 litre equivalents

Annual production capability of cask is approximately five million 9 litre equivalents

Six packaging lines – filling a total of 1,200 bottles per minute

Sustainable initiatives including rainwater harvesting and sensor controlled lighting