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Police smash fake wine chicken farm
Police in China have raided an abandoned chicken farm in Shandong and broken up a fake wine manufacturing ring.
Wine for cats goes on sale in Japan
Japanese pet food and supplement maker B&H Lives has launched a wine for cats called Nyan Nyan Nouveau ("Meow Nouveau").
Japan eyeing removal of wine tariffs to increase sake exports
The Japanese government is reportedly looking at removing tariffs on imported wine which might also lead other countries to remove their own tariffs on sake, which is the country's chief alcoholic export. The current administration believes that this plan will benefit domestic consumers and also significantly increase Japan's sake exports.
Shanghai unveils new free-trade zone
China has opened a new free trade zone in Shanghai, which has been touted as the country's boldest financial reform and economic experimentation in decades.
Hong Kongers spend HK$5ka year on wine
Hong Kong people are likely to spend more than HK$5,000 annually on wine, according to a new survey by the Hong Kong International Wine & Spirit Competition.
China's growing interest in Californian wine
As wealth grows in Asia, there's more money for the finer things in life, including wine.
Quality Japanese wine? It's no oxymoron
Put down that sake. Nearly 100 vineyards at the base of Mount Fuji are beginning to produce tasty bottles of vino
Napa Valley men are first foreigners to join Chinese food association
CFCRA is a nonprofit established in 1994 by the Ministry of Culture and registered with the Ministry of Civil Affairs of the Peoples Republic of China. It is responsible for the certification, accreditation and promotion of food and beverages in China, including wine.
Yao Ming winery sees white wine potential in China
The California winery owned by Chinese ex-basketball star Yao Ming could follow its premium Napa Crest launch in China with a white wine for younger drinkers.
New institute at UC Davis to focus on food, beverage culture
First in world to examine the culture of China's foods and drinks.
To Reach China's Middle Class, Yao Ming's Winery Lowers Prices
The Chinese former NBA all-star has added a new, cheaper wine to Yao Family Wines, his two-year-old winery in the Napa Valley, to appeal to China's growing middle class. The wine launched this week in China and will be released in the U.S. in January.
Will China ever be a wine superpower?
A growing number of Chinese wines are winning acclaim on the world stage.
Wine knowledge extremely limited among China's wealthy elite
Almost one third of China's richest citizens have admitted they know nothing about wine and just buy top end brands for gifting or displaying.
Analysis and Development Trend Forecast of China Wine Market, 2013 announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue.
Event Watch: Taste Of The Nations
Calling all Beijing oenophiles: on September 14, wine importer and distributor Torres China will be hosting its annual "Taste of the Nations" event at the luxe Swissotel Beijing in Chaoyang.
Top wines in the Asian media
Sarah Wong recommends an "elegant and well-balanced" Champagne, while the Wine Times lists a wine that is "excellent" with Chinese food.
China: Changyu unveils €70m Chateau Changyu Moser XV winery
Leading Chinese wine producer Changyu has unveiled a new €70m winery in Ningxia province - and named it after the company's Austrian winemaking consultant.
China's super rich reveal their favourite drinks
An annual survey of consumption habits among China's millionaires has revealed the country's preferred drinks brands for collecting and gifting.
Why China's wine exchange is crashing: 110-proof grain alcohol all tastes much the same
Imagine a stock that jumps 25.5% on its first day of trading, coming to rest at $159 a share. Three months later, though, shares tank, plummeting to $54. Now, 17 months after going public, it's worth $58.70.
China continues polysilicon, wine trade probes
China is still proceeding with its anti-dumping and anti-subsidy probes into polysilicon and wine imports from the European Union, a trade official said on Wednesday.
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