Australia’s Seppeltsfield opens $75m chateau in China

The Barossa Valley's Seppeltsfield has opened the doors to its new wine chateau in China, the first to be part-owned by an Australian wine company, as part of a joint venture with the Minquan Jiuding Wine Company Ltd.

Hailstorm hits China’s Château Rongzi in Shanxi

A recent hailstorm in China’s northern Shanxi has hit the province’s Château Rongzi, pummelling grape vines, wiping out production at 2,5000-mu (166 hectares) of its vineyards, equivalent to RMB 20 million (US$2.9 million) worth of damage.

TWE: Penfolds did not hit rock bottom in China

Australian wine giant Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) has issued a statement, refuting a viral Chinese story that claimed its flagship brand Penfolds has "hit rock bottom" in China.

Bollinger: China, the most difficult market in Asia

While Asia has been contributing impressive growth to Champagne Bollinger’s exports, China, the region’s economic powerhouse, still remains “the most difficult market” in Asia for the Champagne house, says its export area manager.

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