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11/13/13

The austerity-filled atmosphere hanging over China's fine wine sector shows little sign of clearing, but many remain optimistic for the longer-term.

11/13/13

More than 1,000 exhibitors from 40 countries and regions, a new exhibitor record, took part in the HKTDC Hong Kong International Wine & Spirits Fair, which ran November 7-9 in Hong Kong. The fair also drew more than 20,000 visitors.

11/12/13

Hong Kong's wine scene will continue to branch out from Bordeaux as consumer tastes develop, Altaya's managing director, Paulo Pong, said at this year's Hong Kong International Wine & Spirits Fair.

11/12/13

Chinese consumers drink wine primarily for its health benefits, not for its taste or luxury status, according to new research by Ehrenberg-Bass Institute for Marketing Science.

11/12/13

China's drinking habits are bringing cheer to the world's winemakers - as evidenced by the big turnout at the Hong Kong International Wine and Spirits Fair.

11/12/13

Wine sales in Hong Kong and the Chinese Mainland have already become a $1 billion business as consumption has doubled twice over the last five years. Even with the annual growth slowing, China has emerged as the world's fifth-largest market for wine consumption.

11/07/13

Champagne's innovative marketing strategies, with its link to fashion, luxury and celebrities, are helping to build a high-end image in China and attract more consumers.

11/07/13

A Chinese syndicate has failed in its bid to buy Ascension Wine Estate near Auckland due to residency issues.

11/07/13

Sellers turn to middle class customers as government spending tapers off in China

11/05/13

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.

11/05/13

China is on course to be the second largest wine consuming country behind the United States within the next five years, according to Don St Pierre Jr, co-founder of Chinese importing company, ASC Fine Wines, speaking ahead of his appearance at this month's

10/31/13

After launching its first shipment of directly imported US wines into China, Amazon China, Amazon.com's branch there, said the wines have received a very good response in the country, especially in Shanghai.

10/31/13

Don't worry, this doesn't mean China wants to drink all your wine.

10/29/13

Château Lafite and the high-priced Chinese spirit Moutai have both experienced a significant drop in trade and price this year as the government's austerity measures begin to bite.

10/24/13

A Chinese Court has decided to freeze the assets of Castel and seal its 13 registered trademarks in China following continued infringements.

10/23/13

Houghton Lee, chairman of the Hong Kong chapter of the Hong Kong Society of Wine Educators says wine is being taken seriously now, both here and on the mainland.

10/23/13

The Hong Kong Trade Development Council is predicting that the total wine sales in Hong Kong will rise by 11 percent a year from 2013 to 2017.

10/21/13

Hong Kong's former first secretary, Henry Tang, is suing a US-based lawyer who questioned the authenticity of a small number of wines he sold via auction earlier this year.

10/21/13

It was hard to believe we were only a 90-minute drive from Beijing, a travel time that will be reduced to 27 minutes when a high-speed rail from the city is completed.

10/18/13

Berry Bros & Rudd's managing director has said the merchant's wine business 'remains pretty healthy', despite contributing to the firm's slide into the red during its last fiscal year.

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