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"The five hottest years ever measured have been in the last five years," the former Vice President tells Christiane Amanpour. "Donald J. Trump has become the global face of climate denial."


Peter Dixon, the key figure in driving the company's China growth, also departing the company to join its rival Australian wine group, Accolade Wines


Nestled at the foot of the Helan Mountains in Ningxia, the 16.8 hectares Kanaan estate enjoys a dry, sunny climate with moderate temperatures during the growing season, a shield from cold northerly winds, alluvial soils and vineyard sites with ideal aspects in the foothills. To ensure these natural attributes are captured in the wines, Ningxia has stringent rules to ensure producers remain focused on quality.


Wineries from 15 countries have confirmed their attendance at the first World Bulk Wine Exhibition in Yantai - China's most important bulk wine city - in May.


Paris is holding a massive trade fair this week, showcasing France's most famous export. The prestige of French wine attracts investors from afar, trying to copy France's expertise and, some fear, take it away. Some 160 Chinese investors have already bought their own wine-producing chateaux. Should French wine-makers be concerned?


Japan's leading wine importers and retail stores have slashed prices for imported wines as the free-trade agreement between Japan and the EU officially came into effect on 1 February.


A new round of trade talks begins in Beijing today, after the most recent set of negotiations concluded in Washington last month without a deal and with the top US negotiator declaring that a lot more work needed to be done.


Historic Japanese sake brewer Nishi has secured Overseas Investment Office approval to purchase Wairarapa-based vineyard Urlar Farms for NZ$8.75 million.


Maxence Dulou-a native of Bordeaux who has worked at vineyards in Chile, South Africa, and France's Burgundy region-wanted to take part in the creation of a new wine. In 2012, he found himself doing so-in China.


Estimated to bring HK$147-206 Million / US$19-26 Million


Conference in Porto to focus on Mitigating the Effects of Climate Change ...


While global equities have been under pressure, fine wine has been solid as a rock?


One of the main goals of the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles is to observe, recognize and inform about current trends in the wine industry. For our forecasts for 2019, we looked at the most recent developments in the wine market and compared them with our data.


The plaintiffs are suing over a wine range named "XLV", established in collaboration between Cuvee XLV French Wine and Quentin-Louis, the son of fifth generation family member Xavier-Louis Vuitton.


The slowdown in exports to less than a third of 2017's breakneck speed adds to worries for investors, already on edge amid signs that softening Chinese demand was hurting businesses across the board, particularly after Apple (AAPL.O) issued a rare revenue warning citing weaker iPhone sales in the country. Wine exports to China, Australia's top market by value, rose 18 percent to A$1.14 billion ($818 million) in 2018, data from Wine Australia showed, versus a 63 percent spike a year ago.


Tianjin Customs is auctioning off more than RMB 5.3 million (US$783,000) worth of confiscated wines and spirits online through, China's biggest online retail platform, including popular brands from DBR Lafite's Légende and Saga as well as Moët & Chandon.


ASIA's bulk wine fair will be held in Yantai (China) on the 30th and 31st of May 2019The first edition of the WBWE Asia opens the registration period.


The Gironde appellations are well represented, from Bordeaux to Saint-Émilion and Médoc with respective awareness ratings of 52, 15 and 20%, but all of France's wine regions have made inroads, some more significant than others. Mediterranean wines, for example, are doing well: 40% for Provence and 39% for PGI Pays d'Oc compared with 38% for Burgundy, 36% for Champagne and 33% for Côtes-du-Rhône.


Anheuser-Busch InBev NV shares jumped the most since 2015 after people with knowledge of the matter said the world's largest brewer is considering an initial public offering of its Asian operations as a way to unlock value after a string of acquisitions left it saddled with debt


Scientists say the warming of the world's oceans is accelerating more quickly than previously thought, a finding with dire implications for climate change given that the vast majority of the heat trapped by greenhouse gases ends up stored there. A new analysis, published Thursday in the journal Science, found that the oceans are heating up 40 percent faster on average than a United Nations panel estimated five years ago.

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