Cavavin launches its first Glasgow store

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CAVAVIN allows its franchisees to succeed in selling wines & spirits through its differentiating concept and to select the assortment of their wine shop among 2,000 wines and spirits from partner winemakers offering authentic and exclusive products (with room for external supply)

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Cavavin has unveiled the location of a brand-new store, located in Glasgow. 

Although the wine franchise has already established branches across Europe, the new unit will be the first to open in Glasgow. Now, the people of Scotland will be able to access the chain’s range of high-quality wines, Champagnes and spirits, sourced from more than 150 independent and accredited partners. 

Cavavin’s newest store will be located at 139 Hyndland Road in a residential area in the West End region of Glasgow. It’ll occupy a site previously used by the popular delicatessen, Peckhams. The food shop was forced to close its doors back in August 2018, as a result of financial issues. 

Alongside its diverse selection of alcoholic beverages, the Cavavin store will also offer private tasting sessions and a catering service for events including parties, weddings and other celebrations. 

The unit’s launch day should take place this month, but the official opening date hasn’t yet been confirmed by the franchise. Glasgow residents can expect to see the business’s usual branding in the Hyndland Road location. The new branch will have a black facade and display the company’s famous white and orange branding. 

Cavavin is the leading French franchise of wines and spirits distribution, selling an exclusive range of products across its extensive store network. Launched in 1985, it has 35 years of industry experience and 24 years of franchising expertise. In 2005, it celebrated the opening of its 100th store and in 2018 it introduced a new headquarters and logistics platform. 

The franchise offers investors a choice of three operating models: owner-operator, multi-channel and multi-unit. Prospective franchisees can choose the approach for them, depending on their budget and ambition. 

You can find out more about joining the successful wine franchise by visiting its profile page, linked above.

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