Tempting as it may be for fine wine investors to get excited about last week’s trading on the Liv-ex 50, it is probably worth reflecting that this is not unusual for January.
This year’s Chinese Wine Summit which will be held in Shanghai has been confirmed for 27-29 February.
Fine Wine failed to make positive gains in 2015 but it did manage to outperform gold, copper, FTSE 100 and the S&P 500.
Disturbing pictures appearing to show drowned owls in liquor jars have sparked outrage across China.
Building wine brands in China requires a novel approach, but few labels are ready for the market, according to Wine Intelligence co-founder Richard Halstead.
As we move into a new year for collectible drinks, we look back at the top 10 fine wine trends of the past 12 months.
Acker Merrall & Condit’s Hong Kong auction has placed China as the strongest buyers’ market in Asia, as bidders snapped up nine of the top 10 lots.
Karen Chen has joined Shanghai-based fine wine importer and distributor ASC Fine Wine.
Australia’s national postal service has teamed up with online wholesaler 1688.com to export the country’s wines into China.
Police have deemed it “one of the most expensive car crashes in China’s history,” as a drunk driver lost control and crashed his Koenigsegg Agera R.
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