Chilean wine giant Concha y Toro has revealed ambitious plans to become a one million case wine brand in Asia.
A six-litre imperial of Macallan “M”, rare Burgundy from Armand Rousseau and an ex-cellar collection of Veuve Clicquot will kickstart Sotheby’s 2014 season in Hong Kong.
Scottish brewery BrewDog is on course to complete its £4.25 million crowdfunding initiative weeks ahead of schedule as it nears its target.
It has been a bumper year for thedrinkbusiness.com, and some stories have proved hugely popular on the website.
In time, for those planning a trip to Beijing over the forthcoming holidays, here is a guide to the city’s best restaurants for wine.
This week’s Asian media wine recommendations include a “sophisticated” red, a white with “a full and voluminous body” and sparkler “with well-rounded acidity and a long, compelling finish.”
Winemaking consultants don’t just shape many of the world’s most prestigious wines, but often entire regions too.
The austerity measures put in place by the Chinese government have led to huge price cuts in Treasury Wine Estates’ flagship label, according to the Australian Financial Review.
Scottish brewer BrewDog has announced plans to continue its global expansion by opening its first bar in Asia, early next year.
There is a huge decline in gift liquor sales ahead of this year’s Chinese New Year as a result of the government’s demands for a cut in luxury and wasteful spending.
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