Sarah Wong recommends an “elegant and well-balanced” Champagne, while the Wine Times lists a wine that is “excellent” with Chinese food.
While small online wine retailers struggle to survive, the big names surge ahead with new ideas to keep their web customers satisfied.
Chek Wong recommends a “beautifully balanced” German wine, while Jeannie Cho Lee picks out a red with a “beautiful nose that is reminiscent of Burgundy”.
Border guards in Kyrgyzstan have discovered an underwater pipeline used for a major alcohol smuggling operation from neighbouring Kazakhstan.
Chek Wong recommends an “astoundingly well made” wine, while Sarah Wong picks out “one of the best expressions of Muscat”.
For those doubting the power of Bordeaux in the Chinese market, db counts down the top 10 best-selling wines on Asian-based wine website Wangjiu.
This week’s round-up of wines featured in Asian media reveals an “astoundingly well-made” red, a rosé described as “a refreshing summer tipple” and “a full bodied white with lots of richness.”
A Filipino “wine” made from the sap of coconut palm flowers is hoping to capitalise on a growing thirst for coconut wine in Asia by launching in the Chinese market.
God Bless America. That could have been the theme tune accompanying the announcement of Diageo’s annual results for the year to the end of June.
Diageo has announced net sales growth of 5% and an operating profit growth of 8% in its preliminary results for the year ending 30 June 2013.
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