Chinese e-commerce retail giant Alibaba will sell Robert Mondavi’s wines to its 376 million customers through its online store, Tmall.
Vincent Cervoni, of the Corsican Wine Board, is determined to develop his country’s presence in the Asian wine market, and for Corsica to step out of France’s shadow.
After six years of hard work, one of China’s leading producers has launched its new sparkling wine series “Angelina” to the Hong Kong and China markets.
Almost half of Chinese tycoons are interested in building their own wineries as an attractive investment, according to a recent survey.
Treasury Wine Estates is embracing the “evolving” market of Asia as last week’s results revealed profits for the region were up 52%.
The Meiburg Wine Media group will host a series of November seminars and conferences in Hong Kong and China for industry professionals looking to conquer the Chinese wine market.
After China’s stock market experienced its biggest single-day loss in eight years, investors are worried this could see an end to China’s imports of luxury drinks brands.
Despite good sales in many Asian countries, Portuguese wines have yet to make a big mark on China, but this looks set to change, according to one export director.
A 140% increase in Belgian beer exports to China in 2014 has signalled this market’s “real potential for growth”, according to the President of the Federation of Belgian Brewers.
Meeting Asia’s increased interest in Chilean wine, Wines of Chile has established the first WoC Academy in China and Hong Kong.
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