Business / Wine market

Bottoms up! A healthy wine market

[2012-12-03 09:24]

China is the world's largest Bordeaux wine importer in terms of both volume and value, far ahead of its nearest followers.

Australian wines overflow at Chinese tables

[2012-11-26 10:35]

As demand for high-quality wine in China continues to rise, the future is looking bright for Australian exports.

Wine Special: Strong UK sales for Changyu's Jiebaina wine

[2012-11-20 08:12]

Jiebaina Dry Red Wine, a globally competitive product from China's largest winery Changyu, is grabbing increasing attention in the United Kingdom with its unique oriental flavor and top quality.

Bordeaux to promote mid-range wine in China

[2012-11-03 10:32]

Bordeaux plans to promote mid-range wine in the Chinese mainland to grab more market share in the future, the president of Bordeaux Wine Council has said.

Departure gate: Wine time in Italy

[2012-10-15 09:43]

Italian villa Il Salviatino launches a package titled The Grape Escape, which provides guests with wine- tasting, dining and spa time.

Winemaker Sbragia's California dreaming

[2012-10-04 10:20]

Sbragia is the only winemaker to be awarded Wine Spectator's Wine of the Year Award for both a red and a white: 1986 Private Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon and 1994 Private Reserve Chardonnay.

Niche high-end products beat established brands

[2012-10-04 09:40]

Luxury, but without showing off, is what Chinese luxury consumers are looking for now, especially in cities like Beijing and Shanghai.

New world for an old master

[2012-10-01 09:36]

Winemaking may be an industry steeped in ancient tradition, but Rolland, does not underestimate the value of modern technology and new techniques.

Changyu chateau named for vintner Robert Tinlot

[2012-09-20 11:10]

Changyu Pioneer Wine Co, China's oldest and largest winemaker, began construction on a new chateau on Sept 8 named for 80-year-old Robert Tinlot.

Meeting the test, Jiebaina now sold by UK's Waitrose

[2012-09-20 11:08]

Waitrose, the sixth-largest retailer in the UK, began to sell Changyu Jiebaina in its chain of supermarkets on Aug 28, a landmark for the Chinese wine industry.

Legend Holdings buys liquor company

[2012-09-18 10:38]

The parent of personal-computer giant Lenovo Group Ltd has spent 400 million yuan ($63.32 million) to buy Shandong Kongfujia Group.

Foreign wine producers eyes China for growth

[2012-09-13 09:16]

China's wine business saw an annual growth of 31 percent from 2005 to 2011.

Foreign wine producers taking a closer look at China

[2012-09-11 15:32]

The world’s wine business has not been all that promising, with annual growth sputtering along at below 1 percent. The figure in China, from 2005 to 2011, however, was around 31 percent, making China look as if it’s the most promising wine market in the whole of Asia.

Wine comes in at the mouth, business at the mind

[2012-09-05 17:31]

Wine comes in at the mouth, business at the mind

Chinese liquor industry pushes for globalization

[2012-09-04 17:10]

A forum for China’s liquor and economic development was held by the National Wine Association in Beijing on Aug 16.

Wine comes in at the mouth, business at the mind

[2012-09-03 11:21]

Deeply imbued with a flourishing wine culture, people living in Argentina's winemaking region Mendoza embrace wine as part and parcel of their lifestyle.

Here's to owning your own wine label

[2012-09-03 10:49]

To own a vineyard, grow some grapes and make a few bottles of wine with personally designed labels are something Spaniard Jose Manuel Ortega is trying to make possible.

Grape expectations from Argentina

[2012-09-03 10:13]

One big challenge for Argentine winemakers is to find a reliable partner and establish distribution channels in China's complicated market.

Architecture and food in Argentine wineries

[2012-09-03 10:05]

Wineries in Argentina are trying to lure Chinese tourists not just with great wines but also the dazzling scenery, architectural beauty and delicious food.

Producers see red over 'wine subsidies'

[2012-08-21 01:47]

The government has been asked to investigate if European winemakers are being subsidized and dumping their produce in China.

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