Over 260,000 bottles of classed growth Bordeaux believed to be part of a giant collection seized from a Chinese speculator are to be auctioned off tomorrow (23 June).
The wine and spirits trade hailed this year’s Vinexpo as a great success with an increase in international visitors from 2014.
Happening across Hong Kong, Macau and Shanghai this month, Debra Meiburg’s Georgian Wine Festival is determined to place Georgian wines firmly in the minds of Asia’s wine drinkers.
A Chinese man has been detained for sharing pictures of liquor bottles with labels depicting the day soldiers massacred pro-democracy protestors in Tiananmen Square, Beijing.
Prosecco producers need to invest more time in cultivating the Chinese market in order to clear up the ‘confusion’ which currently surrounds Prosecco, says the CEO of historic winery, Villa Sandi.
The Chinese authorities have now agreed to recognize all Bordeaux AOC still wines as geographical indications (GI) in the latest step to battle counterfeits in the country.
Moët Hennessy’s new Chinese wine was ‘a logistical nightmare’ and far more expensive to produce than anything else in the group’s wine portfolio, including Château d’Yquem, according to Jean-Guillaume Prats.
China’s historic winery, Changyu made history by hosting a World Cabernet Gernischt Day at Vinexpo this year in recognition of the mysterious grape variety’s success in China.
Head of Moët Hennessy Estates & Wines, Jean-Guillaume Prats, believes he may have created a new Grange Hermitage – but from China.
Treasury Wine Estates has announced that Wolf Blass is now the official wine partner for Manchester City Football Club covering Asia, Middle East, Africa and Mexico.
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