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Don St Pierre Jr, co-founder of China-based importer ASC Fine Wines, is to leave the company at the end of the year, it has been announced.


China's wine, beer and spirits import value in the first 10 months of the year has surpassed 2014's total, with surplus of wine and beer reaching US$70 million and $100 million.


As a U.N. conference in Paris next week tries to limit climate change, wine makers from France to Australia are already changing their time-honoured methods, or even uprooting whole vineyards, as long-established weather patterns alter and the temperature rises.


Rémy Cointreau's net sales fell by 5.9% on an organic basis in its fiscal first half, largely due to ongoing challenges in China and an overall shipments decline amid a recent strategy shift undertaken by CEO Valérie Chapoulaud-Floquet.


"Over the last four months wealthy Chinese have been shifting wealth offshore because of concerns that the renminbi is going to depreciate," said Shaun Rein, market director at China Market Research Group. "Coupled with that, the corruption campaign [is] very real and [people are] very scared."


Since her winery has begun to win international acclaim, Gao, 38, has emerged as the unlikely new star of an even more unlikely new Chinese industry


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.


Emma Gao has emerged as the unlikely new star of an even more unlikely new Chinese industry.


The Rothschild family is betting affluent Chinese will be as keen on its vintage champagne as they are on the finest red Bordeaux wines it produces in France


Since her winery has begun to win international acclaim, Ms. Gao, who is 38, has emerged as the unlikely new star of an even more unlikely new Chinese industry. The winery, Silver Heights, has been a pioneer in China, bringing sophisticated Western winemaking techniques to what had been an industry focused on bulk production.


India and wine might not be two words that traditionally go together, but the country's wine industry has been growing slowly for a decade, and some companies are now selling abroad.


JAPAN'S Suntory Holdings plans to dissolve its joint ventures with China's second-largest beer maker Tsingtao Brewery Co, and reallocate its resources to the wine market amid a slowing Chinese economy, the Japanese company said yesterday.


A Hong Kong fine wine merchant is looking to test investor palates for local small- to medium-cap companies in a public placement on the city's Growth Enterprise Market (GEM).


TOKYO - The National Tax Agency is preparing to establish a new rule that will require wine labeled as Japanese wine to be wholly produced in Japan using domestically harvested grapes.


Named after Grace's President, Judy Chan's daughter, the four cuvées are all made in the traditional method with three single varietal non-vintages of Chardonnay, Cabernet Franc and Chenin Blanc and the vintage 2009 Brut Reserve Blanc de Blancs.


Japan is tightening rules for its wine industry, requiring all products labelled as Japanese wine to be made entirely from grapes grown within the country.


China's devaluation of its currency and its impact on other Asian countries has U.S. agricultural exporters worried. It makes U.S. exports more expensive overseas.


The immediate result was a de facto devaluation, with the Chinese currency falling 1.8 percent versus the dollar and 2.2 percent versus the euro


Official reports show that excessive preservatives and copper in imported wines are among the top reasons for Chinese customs to reject during the first half of 2015.


The slowdown in the Chinese economy and government austerity and anti-corruption measures are creating an opportunity for producers of entry-level and mid-priced wines, a new China Wine Market Landscape Report from Wine Intelligence has revealed.

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