China scored the best result in Decanter awards so far by tripling its medal wins in the 2015 Decanter Asia Wine Awards, which includes a Regional Trophy and a gold medal.
Top wine experts from across Asia are joined by new forces including vice chair professor LI Demei to judge for the fourth edition of Decanter Asia Wine Awards (DAWA) in Hong Kong.
Three more Chinese experts will add to the starry line-up of columnists on DecanterChina.com, sharing their unique insights and expertise with increasingly sophisticated Chinese wine consumers.
Decanter, the world’s leading wine media brand, is returning to the Ritz-Carlton in Pudong, Shanghai on 28 November for its second edition of the Decanter Shanghai Fine Wine Encounter.
China has almost doubled its medal haul in the 2015 Decanter World Awards, with Xinjiang in particular demonstrating its potential as a quality wine region.
One of the oldest varieties in Italy's Piemonte region, Freisa is a relative of Nebbiolo.
The search for the best wines on sale in Asia has begun after the Decanter Asia Wine Awards 2015 opened for entries, with DecanterChina columnist professor Li Demei appointed as a vice-chair for this year’s competition.
Vitovska is a native of the region known in Italy as Carso, and in Slovenia as Kras (Karst in English): a limestone plateau on either side of the Italy-Slovenia border.
[Grape Variety] Known as Humagne Rouge in Switzerland (but no relation to the light-skinned Humagne), the Aostan variety Cornalin is the offspring of Rouge du Pays, aka Cornalin du Valais in Switzerland.
Once upon a time there was a variety from the Aosta Valley in northern Italy widely planted in the Valais in Switzerland and called Rouge du Pays, 'homeland red', a natural cross between Aostan parents Petit Rouge and Mayolet.