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China says it welcomes a planned visit by U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin to Beijing next week as world's two biggest economies tangle on trade


China breaks into the top five for entry numbers; 60 percent growth in organic wines, many from China


While red wine has long dominated the market, white wine is expected to secure higher market shares in the future.


Ontario Apple Growers general manager Kelly Ciceran says the 15 per cent tariff on fruit such as apples, cherries, peaches, raspberries and cranberries will likely lead to more U.S. produce hitting Canadian stores.


The Chinese wine market is buoyant, Marcus Ford finds, but it can also be a trap for the unwary.


China's oldest winery, Changyu Pioneers, has unveiled the ninth edition of 'Noble Dragon', as two of the country's biggest wineries - Changyu and Great Wall - are trying to revamp the image of Chinese wine with their flagship labels.


Australia wine exports have hit record high in both value and volume in 2017, fueled by bullish demand from mainland China and increases of higher-end wine sales, according to the latest report by Wine Australia.


Australia's annual wine exports to China jumped 63 percent by value in 2017, industry figures showed on Tuesday, as high-end sales rose and a free trade agreement signed two years ago cut import duties.


Moutai baijiu's fiery flavor and potential to appreciate in price is driving the blistering demand. That in turn has pushed its market value to more than $145 billion, well past British whisky giant Diageo. The Chinese firm sells each bottle of its main Flying Fairy brand to distributors for $150 (969 yuan) and sets a suggested resale ceiling of 1,499 yuan, yet they routinely go for double online and off. Its website is out of stock. On shopping site, an 80-year bottle is listed for $30,000 (196,888 yuan).


A 100% Shiraz from China's leading wine region Ningxia has won the highest accolade at the inaugural Ningxia wine competition held in Hong Kong, a surprise win for a region primarily known for its Bordeaux blends.


In recent years, the performance of Australian wine in the Chinese market has been impressive, competing strongly with traditional wine suppliers such as France.


At a time when Australian wine exports to China are at an all time high, China has further reduced tariffs on Australian bottled and bulk wine, which is set to boost Australian wine exports to the country.


The MOU is not only related to wine related trade and investment promotion, but also focuses to the co-operation between the two countries in education, training and in the prevention of counterfeiting of wines.


Fine wine has surpassed classic cars, art and jewellery to become the world's best performing collectible, with values soaring 25 percent over the past 12 months, as buying picks up among wealthy Chinese.


Game developer Square Enix is offering a red and white Burgundy at $55 a pop.


China's coastal city Xiamen in Fujian province has opened a sprawling 5,900-square-metre wine trade centre, which it hopes will allow the city to become the largest trading centre for imported wines in China within five years.


Qi Lu University of Technology has selected the institute to teach wine science to its students - both in China and in Hawke's Bay.


France boasts thousands of years of wine making and some of the finest wines in the world, but French (and Chinese) students come to Adelaide to learn about wine and spirits marketing


The CIVB boldly estimates that 30,000 bottles of fake imported wine are sold per hour in China


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