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Wines will be shipped to China as normal and displayed at the fair in the usual way, with the promotional stand material and staff representing the winery. Chinese buyers and merchants will be able to taste the wine and can ask winery managers any further details via WBWE Asia's virtual system.


When the on trade shuttered, observers expected Chinese wine consumption to drop. A new report reveals that the lockdown may instead have brought a whole new group to wine.


China stripped another layer of autonomy from Hong Kong on Thursday, ploughing ahead with a plan that would ban any form of dissent deemed subversive in the territory reclaimed from Britain more than two decades ago. But even as the plan was approved by China's top legislative body, and Chinese officials taunted the United States as an imperious meddler, Premier Li Keqiang struck a conciliatory tone.


Trump administration considering suspending Hong Kong's preferential tariff rates for exports to the United States as part of its response to China's plan.


Beijing has signaled it will push through sweeping national security legislation for Hong Kong, its most aggressive effort yet to exert its control over the semi-autonomous city since it was returned to Chinese control in 1997.


Owing to the pandemic, the Hong Kong government imposed strict social distancing restrictions in order to contain the virus. Having achieved a record 14-day lull in local infections, the government announced today (5 May) that it would relax the rules over crowd control.


A panic-stricken US editor contemplates life without sake and finds it terrifying.


As of May 2020, it is our pleasure to appoint Bordeaux Liquid Gold LLC to be our exclusive importer and agent in this exciting wine and culinary market


Wuhan is one of the top two desired destinations of Chinese travelers.


The invasive hornet species that slaughters honeybees and can be deadly to humans for months, but the issue gained renewed attention after the New York Times published a feature on it this weekend.


Vinexpo is therefore poised to introduce a full-fledged marketing tour to offer international support for its clients. The 2020-2021 Vinexpo Tour aims to align as closely as possible with market requirements and the needs expressed by industry players by providing a set of six events for their annual calendar


By abandoning traditional classifications and embracing winemaking techniques and ancient styles, pioneering brewers in Japan aim to change the way we talk about sake


The findings raise the possibility that when authorities begin to relax shelter-in-place restrictions, some services - for example, restaurants or gyms - could resume at first as outdoor venues, assuming physical distancing measures were maintained.


buyers from Asia took home 66 percent of lots from the auction house's sales last year, the highest total since the heady days of 2013


It was reported that the company was selling wine products that were not made from the designated wine region, but nevertheless boasted labels with "Bordeaux" written on them, and were falsely advertised as "directly imported from the region with guaranteed quality".


The study was approved by the Ethics Committee of the Guangzhou Center for Disease Control and Prevention.


Vinexpo Hong Kong was originally scheduled to take place in Hong Kong in May this year, but due to earlier outbreak in China and Hong Kong, the fair was postponed to July 7-10. However, as the virus moves westwards to Europe and the US, it becomes increasingly worrying that the fair will lose not only its biggest visitor group from mainland China but also its biggest source of exhibitors from Europe.


Once just a passing fad or marketing hype, sustainability has now become a major focal point driving business change across market sectors. Stakeholders have demanded that businesses be more sustainable, driving companies to develop best practices on impact, inclusion, and sustainability. In the report "Making Sense of Sustainability," Lux Research addresses three primary questions: whether companies should bother with sustainability at all, how to set the right goals, and how to incorporate sustainability into strategy.


In an earlier directive dated March 15, the Governor requested bars, pubs and wineries in California to close for onsite consumption to help curtail the spread of coronavirus (COVID). Sale for offsite consumption is specifically allowed in the California Department of Public Health guidance, so long as social distancing requirements are adhered to. The California statewide order has been extended until May 1, at the earliest


The maker of Johnnie Walker whisky and Smirnoff vodka highlights slow return of business in the world's largest drinks market.

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