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On the eve of her parents' trial in China, Amy Chang wants to know Canadian officials haven't forgotten about them.


Wine educator WSET opens office in Hong Kong, its first outside the UK, to cater to growing interest in courses and programmes in the region


Georgia will see more Chinese investment in its power, financial services, railways and port construction sectors this year, said Dimitry Kumsishvili, the country's first deputy prime minister.


While Asia has been contributing impressive growth to Champagne Bollinger's exports, China, the region's economic powerhouse, still remains "the most difficult market" in the region for the Champagne house, says its export area manager.


China is set to overtake Britain and France to become the world's second-largest wine consumer by value behind the United States by 2020 as consumers turn to more middle-range wines, the International Wine & Spirit Research (IWSR) organization said on Thursday.


China's bottled wine imports slumped for the first two months of the year after experiencing a strong uptrend last year, dipping in both volume and value, according to figures released by the China Association of Imports and Exports Association for Wines & Spirits.


Mark Wisnovsky, whose family owns Valley View Vineyard, reflects on the power of wine and the value of trade.


Dr. Jim Swan, the noted whisky expert who was best known for his handiwork in advising several new whisky distilleries around the glo[b]e, passed away suddenly yesterday in his home in Edinburgh. He was 75.


Dr Jim Swan, the whisky consultant responsible for helping shape distilleries around the world, has died.


Winemaker Gérard Colin, an early pioneer for Chinese wine, died at the age of 75, on 9th February.


Chilean vintners have emerged as the biggest beneficiary of Japan's booming wine market. Their low-priced, fruit-driven product has found a receptive niche among women in their 40s and 50s, who have helped boost wine consumption to a new record every year since 2012.


With a population of just 120,000 Yanqi in northwestern China could be dismissed as a forgotten outpost of the bygone Silk Road. But this small town is making a comeback, thanks to the organic ambitions of its winemakers.


To no one's surprise, White House officials conceded Friday that the president's hard-fought-for Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal would not pass Congress in light of the election of Donald Trump, who campaigned on anti-global trade policies.


Floods, drought, frost and hail cut into world wine production this year across Europe and South America, but the quality of the 2016 vintage shouldn't unduly suffer.


Torrid weather from El Niño in South America to frost and hail in France means that the world will produce millions fewer bottles of wine in 2016, the International Organisation for Vine & Wine has predicted.


Chinese corporation Daohe Wine & Spirits has completed a deal to buy Bordeaux Supérieur estate Domaine de Courteillac as the estate agent involved tells that interest from China-based buyers remains high.


South America, particularly Argentina and Chile, sees biggest decline, a potential worry for fans of wines such as malbec


China has a hunger for Australia's iron ore and coal, but its thirst for Australian wine is proving equally as strong.


In an attempt to create awareness and promote wine industry in the country, a wine information centre has been started in Nashik by Vikrant Holkar.


Sensory information, knowledge, expectation - and showmanship - all influence whether we deem a wine 'good'

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