One of the biggest military logistics companies in China is set to cooperate with a B2B wine e-commerce platform, showing evidence of the government’s efforts to support smaller-scale wine import businesses.
The China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) was officially signed by the two governments earlier this month, as further details on stages of tariff reduction in the next five years were announced.
[Monthly Interview] China’s wine market is still seeing rapid development and domestic producers must embrace the challenge, according to the chief winemaker at Changyu, the company that introduced large-scale wine production in the country, in an exclusi
A variety of Chinese wines were featured at Vinexpo tastings to ‘further improve the image’ of the country’s wine production amongst the international trade, when domestic producers are still focusing on the domestic rather than export market, said offici
French customs has reached an agreement with the Chinese quarantine authority to further reduce the time it takes wine to pass through China's border, said French officials at Vinexpo.
South Australian wine producers are seizing opportunities to boost their wine sales in the Shandong province, as part of the recently signed China Australia Free Trade Agreement.
One of China’s biggest electronic product retailers GOME is testing the water of the online wine market by launching a selection of imported wines ‘directly sourced from producers’, as a part of its strategy to boost its e-commerce presence.
Shanghai is to showcase fine wines at former World Expo venues as a part of its inaugural international yachting festival, but organisers said they would choose ‘good value’ wine to promote ‘quality but not luxury’.
[Monthly Interview] Yi Fenghuang, Director of Yantai Grape and Wine Bureau, spoke to DecanterChina.com about the historic wine region’s unique features, the challenges faced, and plans for the future.
China’s wine grape planting accounts for only a small percentage of its total grape plantings, according to industry officials, casting doubt on widespread reports this week that China has more land under vine than France.