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* Says plans to set up unit Oranos Group in U.S. with registered capital of $5 million


Derek Way, vineyard manager for Sagemoor Vineyards, will move to China this summer to become a wine grape consultant and also to work in the area of leadership training.


Based in Hong Kong, Bilbey is tasked with expanding the reach of Sotheby's in the lucrative Asian wine auction and retail business. He has more than 14 years of professional experience in the wine industry, most previously as sales director of Berry Brothers and Rudd, where he drove sales and growth in Hong Kong and Greater China.


Slight declines in beer production could signal trouble for Chinese brewers. According to new data by China's National Bureau of Statistics, for the first time in 24 years the volume of beer produced in China fell in 2014, down by 2.76 percent, or roughly 4.9 million kiloliters, which is about 163 billion standard-size beer bottles.


A power shift in China's imported wine market has seen a switch from traditional, high-end wine connoisseurs to younger and more casual drinkers, says a new study.


The country that shook the global wine market as a consumer may soon do it again as a producer


Vineland Estates says a new wine retailing and distribution agreement with partners in China includes a new retail store that recently opened in the city of Tai'an.


Using a business to business (B2B) model, Alibaba subsidiary is connecting exporters in Spain to retailers in China, Liu Fei, a department manager at was quoted as saying on


The Japanese wine market has "come of age" after a 20 year hiatus caused by the Asian financial crisis in the late 90s, according to Rabobank.


China has reported a 15% fall in exports and a 12% fall in imports for the month of March 2015, which has increased concerns that the Chinese economy is slowing down.


British Columbia Events Showcase "East Meets West" Culinary Collaboration in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Hong Kong


As a new year starts, Claire Adamson discovers some surprising facts about making wine in China.


Chinese demand for Bordeaux is focusing on vintages available now, such as the 2000, reversing the emphasis on futures that dominated the 2009 bull market, said Philippe Dhalluin, managing director of Chateau Mouton Rothschild.


The auction house's Hong Kong sales reached US$28.8 million, up 13 per cent year on year and representing 44 per cent of its global sales of US$65.3 million. London ranked second while New York, where takings rose 23 per cent, ranked third.


The School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM) at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) has been working in close collaboration with the international wine industry to develop a distinctive programme, The Master of Science (MSc) in International Wine Management, to groom the next generation of global industry leaders.


Australian government data shows total wine exports to China rose 8 percent last year to 40 million litres, valued at A$224 million ($183.34 million). That's a significant turnaround from 2013 when wine exports plunged 16 percent.


Good Drop Wine Cellars is the only winery in India specialising in fizzy wines. The company aims to broadbase wine consumption in the country and has priced its range of wines affordably in the domestic market, pitching it against beer


The great Lebanese winemaker Serge Hochar, who died recently, produced wonderful wine right through his country's civil war. Here's a tribute to his courage and good taste


As someone who has been working in the Chinese wine industry for quite some time, it is not uncommon to meet winery owner/export manager/brand manager who are desperately talking about trying to enter Chinese market and get on track with this fast growing industry. But like the old saying, it is always easier saying(in this case, planning) than doing. Chinese market is more sophisticated than other market in many ways, and spending days reading marketing research material simply won't cut it. I would like a share some Chinese insight into entering the Chinese market which many wineries might neglect one thing or two.


A woman sniffs a glass of wine during a tasting event in Beijing. Reuters

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