China’s anti-dumping investigations into EU wine exports has been welcomed by Chinese producers, who see it as an opportunity to further expand sales in their domestic market.
Jeannie Cho Lee MW picks out a “beautiful, subtle wine, with great class” while Singaporean wine blogger Wai Xin CSW recommends a red wine with a “brilliant presentation of spices and chocolate”.
Spain’s Félix Solís is planning to build a bulk and bottled wine operation in Chile as well as update its facility in Valdepeñas.
In the latest instalment of the largest global drinks brands, we reveal the top 10 biggest beer brands in the world.
Wines of Brazil has set a target of doubling value exports between 2012 and 2016, with recent data suggesting that it is making strong progress towards this goal.
The Chinese government’s threat of an anti-dumping tax on European wines has led Chinese importers to take extreme measures, with some rushing to stockpile French wine and others putting shipments on hold.
Robert Beynat is to stay with Vinexpo until the end of next year to oversee the exhibition organiser’s first ever show in Mainland China and two further Asian fairs in 2014.
Three people have been arrested and charged with attacking six Chinese students in Bordeaux, French prosecutors have said.
Once again, the drinks business has compiled a ranking of the world’s top 10 wine brands by global volume sales.
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