A Hello Kitty Champagne is set to be launched onto the global market after making its debut at the Hong Kong International Wine & Spirits Fair last week.
This week’s recommendations in the Asian media include a white wine with “wonderful balance and freshness”, and a red with a “smooth and velvety palate” that is “rather addictive”.
Chinese consumers are branching out beyond the confines of French wine and are developing an increasing thirst for wines from Spain.
Younger consumers in Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam are driving wine sales as western drinking culture becomes a part of their lives.
Financial Secretary John Tsang opens the sixth Hong Kong International Wine and Spirits Fair with a nod to 2008 and a look towards the future of the wine industry in Hong Kong
The British Columbia Wine Institute has announced a partnership with Cuvées, a wine supplier in Hong Kong, in the hope of expanding its Asia market.
This week’s wine recommendations in the Asian media include a “classy wine”, a Chardonnay that is “very silky on the palate” and a “big white that has layers of flavours.”
The Hong Kong Trade Development Council is predicting that the total wine sales in Hong Kong will rise by 11% a year from 2013 to 2017.
Vinexpo is cancelling its first ever wine fair in Mainland China, which was due to take place in Beijing on 2-3 June 2014.
Spain is now the third biggest wine exporter to China according to recent figures, prompting greater Chinese-Spanish co-operation on the protection of trademarks.
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