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07/19/21

"Releasing in August, PJF is the first customs approved cross-border platform using direct-shipping to allow Chinese consumers to purchase premium imported wines, while paying only Cross-Border eCommerce tax rates."

07/15/21

In 2020, the country's overall wine consumption dropped by 17.4%.

07/14/21

Joseph Leung, who has just resigned from Hong Kong listed wine company Major Cellar as director, has been arrested by police for allegedly embezzling HKD 25 million (US$3.21 million) worth of fine wines and spirits from a client, Vino Joy News has exclusively learned.

07/13/21

Australian wine giant Treasury Wine Estates has quietly rolled out South Africa made Rawson's Retreat for China to bypass up to 218% punitive tariffs imposed on Australian wines.

07/07/21

As wine bars and restaurants return to normal, Tokyoites are looking for something new

07/02/21

Officially known as the EU Digital COVID Certificate, it will allow airport scanners to read a QR code from your smartphone, verifying that you meet one or more of the requirements for travel.

07/01/21

California Wine Month will return this summer for its third edition, and will see the California Wine Institute partnering with key industry leaders in Hong Kong on a series of events and seminars.

06/28/21

Bordeaux's storied winery, Petrus, has secured a victory in China against fraudsters who are churning out non-existent Petrus second wine.

06/28/21

"Until the full details of the Chinese allegation are published, it is impossible to say whether they have a strong case."

06/28/21

Under the radar: Marselan's past, present and best producers

06/25/21

Features on ProPak Connect include a 365-day company showcase and supplier's directory with online demos and enquiry management, instant messaging and video chats, AI powered business matching, themed events and webinars and content hub.

06/24/21

The hotel occupies the top floors of the 632-metre (more than 2,000 feet) Shanghai Tower in the city's financial district, the second-tallest building in the world after Dubai's Burj Khalifa.

06/24/21

When Kilikanoon Winery in the Clare Valley was purchased three years ago by Yantai Changyu Pioneer Wine Co., China's largest wine producer, the business appeared to have benefitted from an export advantage, according to the Wall Street Journal.

06/24/21

Fifty women in the wine and spirits industry are recognized for their contribution from winemaking, communication, education to design.

06/23/21

The 2021 harvest at Thailand's Monsoon Valley vineyard has produced some of its best quality grapes to date, according to estate director Christopher Carter.

06/23/21

the most ambitious environmental conference ever organized in the wine community, this 4-day conference is the culmination of the Climate Change and Wine Future conferences.

06/22/21

The mood inside the Mandarin Oriental, one of Hong Kong's most luxurious hotels, was anxious. As the room filled up, Christoph Salin must have wondered if his bold strategy would pay off, because the stakes could not have been higher.

06/21/21

By 2035, Ningxia's Helan Mountains area aims to produce 600 million bottles worth 20 billion yuan

06/21/21

The government filed a complaint on Saturday over duties that were applied last year and nearly wiped out exports of Australian wine to the Chinese market.

06/11/21

The Australian wine industry is still struggling to recover after the Asian superpower imposed a five-year tariff of more than 200 per cent on Aussie winemakers, accusing them of dumping wine into China, effectively closing the market.

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