One of Oregon’s oldest wine producers, Adelsheim, is making its mark on Asia as it seeks new distribution channels.
Organisers have hailed ProWein China 2015 a huge success after 600 wine and spirits manufacturers from 33 countries descended on Shanghai for the three-day event.
Three years after its crackdown on corruption, China is beginning to behave like any other major wine market – a change that many believe is for the better.
In the wake of the austerity drive, the Communist Party of China has cracked down on drunk driving among its members.
Online wine retailers recorded record sales figures on Singles Day in China last week, with buyers tempted by big discounts, including some on Bordeaux classed growths.
Martell Cognac is pinning its hopes on recruiting new high-end consumers in China, despite the country’s crash in Cognac consumption in recent years.
The latest figures on wine sales in China show a market back in growth. We look at the performance of the top 10 importers by country.
China’s decline in wine sales since the government crackdown on corruption has primarily affected domestic producers, not importers.
After two years of slowing wine sales in China, customs data from the last nine months shows that the rapid rate of growth is back.
Select retailers, importers, educators and sommeliers have been recognised for their efforts to promote Australian wine in China at the Wine Australia China Awards.
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