Tsingtao brewery announced yesterday it is to buy the 50% stake that it doesn’t own in its loss-making joint venture with Suntory Holdings for 822.9m Yuan (HK$129.5m).
A screwcap 2014 Penner-Ash Viognier was on the menu at the White House to honour Chinese President Xi Jinping and his wife, Peng Liyuan.
Consumers’ growing incomes in Asia are fuelling an upsurge in off-trade premium beer sales, according to a recent industry report.
A rowdy group of foreigners cavorting on the Metro in Shanghai has sparked outrage among Chinese Weibo users.
Hong Kong wine merchant Sarment has taken on Roc d’Anglade, Chêne Bleu and Domaine de Trévallon for its membership across Asia.
A Chinese court has handed an injunction to a company that was illegally labelling bottles of whisky as Scotch, which could set a legal precedent to protect the term.
Exports of Czech beer to China reached 22,688 hectolitres in 2014, nearly doubling from 12,688 hectolitres the previous year, the head of the Czech Beer and Malt Association has confirmed.
Twelve people have been killed in a freak accident which saw gallons of rice wine spilled across a road in central China.
Wines of Chile president Mario Pablo Silva has set out a revised global export strategy to guide the country’s wine industry for the next decade.
From 20-year membership waiting lists to drinking dens hidden among Hong Kong’s high rises, we round up 10 of Hong Kong’s coolest private member clubs.
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