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10/20/21

eaching out to Chinese wineries to find ways around the anti-dumping tariffs.

10/18/21

Due to pandemic-induced international travel restrictions. ... Two other main international wine fairs, ProWine Shanghai and Wine to Asia in Shenzhen, are still scheduled for later this year as planned.

10/14/21

Fears that the government would put dampeners on the key Chinese market for luxury goods were brushed aside when LVMH, the world's biggest producer, delivered its results for the third quarter of this year.

10/06/21

French, Australian and American vintners have all been burned by trade fights and crackdowns, but the potential for big sales continues to beckon.

09/29/21

A wedding banquet in China's eastern Shandong province has led police to uncover the biggest fake Bordeaux wine case in China and an elaborate web of deception that fabricated a fictional Baron and a fictitious war with Chateau Lafite Rothschild

09/24/21

Yang is the latest high-profile businessman and Communist Party figure to fall in President Xi Jinping's sweeping anti-corruption campaign.

09/16/21

Pierre Chen's extensive wine collection was gathered for more than 30 years, and will be auctioned in Sotheby's Hong Kong on 9 October.

09/13/21

China's near-quarantine status as a country also helps drive interest in local wine. Unable to go abroad, travel-thirsty consumers are discovering their homeland. And while Covid outbreaks can disrupt travel, the skies and rails have largely remained open, with the State Council predicting domestic trips in second-half 2021 to be 88 percent of 2019 levels.

09/08/21

ProWine Hong Kong returns together in conjunction with HOFEX as the first and only B2B exhibition in the city this year.

09/07/21

Chinese billionaire actress Zhao Wei appears to have been cancelled in China, prompting wine merchants to remove her Bordeaux wines and her association.

08/12/21

As reported in the website Trend, Azerbaijan is working with the Council of Europe to create an 'Iter Vitis wine route' - a scheme that celebrates the unique cultural heritage of a country. In the case of Azerbaijan, the wine route will shine the spotlight on the Caucasus' historic winegrowing culture, starting in the Krasnodar region of Russia (home of Russian sparkling wine brand Abrau Durso), passing through Azerbaijan and ending up in Georgia.

08/12/21

Summergate Fine Wine & Spirits, one of China's leading distributors, and Sherry producer González Byass have announced a long-term strategic partnership for Tío Pepe in the Chinese mainland market. Summergate will support the import, distribution, and marketing of Tío Pepe, which will be available in all first-tier cities across China soon.

07/28/21

The degree of exposure to China varies hugely among Australia's winemakers, with many completely uninvolved in the country. A number of other businesses, however, had built their business models around catering to the China market.

07/27/21

The Intellectual Property Office of Singapore recently had an opportunity to conduct a full substantive opposition hearing for Geographical Indications in Singapore. This also represented the first judicial interpretation of the substantive grounds of opposition under Section 41 of the recently introduced Geographical Indications Act 2014 ("GIA").

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.

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