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08/06/20

Based in Tokyo, Antcicada announced the launch of the unique spirit, which is called "Sansha", referring to the silkworm droppings which are believied to have medicinal benefits in China.

08/05/20

This is one of the key predictions running through Wine Intelligence's newly released China Wine Landscape report, which suggests that "China's wine consumers have become more thoughtful, educated and less likely to buy product that is overpriced and poor quality".

08/05/20

"Why are there grape trees at the station?" is the main question enotourists and commuters alike have at the world's first and only railway-platform vineyard

07/27/20

The region's winemakers are creating jobs and raising living standards. Zhao Yimeng and Hu Dongmei report from Yinchuan.

07/13/20

Adam Ivor sees a whole new world of potential wine sales that has been largely unclaimed by U.S. wineries.

07/08/20

Are China's top wines now as good as Bordeaux?

07/08/20

According to the latest figures, the total amount of alcohol imported into China has fallen by 29.07% in volume and 31.4% in value, with wine imports seeing the greatest reduction, falling by over 30% in both value and volume.

06/26/20

after a counterfeiter was handed an 18-month suspended prison sentence.

06/22/20

He personally tasted 1,037 samples of 2019 Bordeaux barrel samples in Hong Kong.

06/22/20

Company's shares have soared nearly 1,350% over past 10 years

06/18/20

More than 9,000 foreign firms operate in Hong Kong, among them 1,300 from the United States. So when the Chinese legislature recently passed a new security law intended to prevent "secession, subversion, terrorism and foreign interference" in Hong Kong, many CEOs and top executives began wondering about the business implications.

06/15/20

China's coronavirus travel ban is wreaking havoc among foreign companies and international schools, with many fearing for their future as executives, teachers and students are left stranded in their home countries.

06/10/20

Well-known wineries, including Domaines Barons de Rothschild (Lafite) and Concha y Toro, are moving into Chinese e-commerce by setting up official e-shops on Tmall and JD.com, the major online shopping platforms in China.

06/10/20

Featuring James Kalleske, an Australian winemaker at the Hatten Winery and at Sababay Evy Gozali, CEO and co-founder of the winery, and French winemaker Nicolas Delacressonniere.

06/09/20

A newly imposed national security law, protests and trade tensions are putting an already struggling retail sector on the line.

06/09/20

After two postponements due to the outbreak of Covid-19, the 102nd edition of the China Food & Drinks Fair (CFDF) will now be held online from 28 to 30 July.

06/08/20

If you want to fine-tune your wine selection with tried and tested styles, choose from these quality alternatives that offer elevated versions of popular pours

06/03/20

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.

06/03/20

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.

05/29/20

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.

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