The US is the world’s “most attractive” wine market while China has fallen out of the top five according to a new Wine Intelligence report.
Police are investigating two distillers in Guangxi Province over allegations that they added Viagra to bottles of baijiu.
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has begun a trade mission to China by unveiling a £3 million fund to help the country’s whisky fans invest in rare bottlings.
Following on from its inaugural event last year, the 2015 Hotelier Awards China is now open for applications from professionals working in China’s hospitality industry.
The chief winemaker at Grace Vineyards, Shanxi Province in north western China speaks to db about hating bureaucracy and wanting to become a musician.
A photograph of a toddler drinking from a bottle of beer has sparked outrage across China.
The consultant winemaker for Tiansai wine in Xinjiang, China talks to db about her biggest extravagance and serving Penfolds Grange at dinner.
Keen to replicate the burgeoning success of Georgian wine in London and New York, pioneering winemakers have Asia firmly in their sights, but have been met with mixed reactions.
A research team in China has cultured snake venom in yeast in the hope that it could one day be used to treat strokes and heart failure.
Australian wine exports have risen in volume and value between June 2014- June 2015, the first rise in export value since 2006-2007.
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