The new trademark provides extra protection to wines made in Chinese wineries under the Trademark Law of the People's Republic of China, which is expected to further encourage a regulated and orderly development of estate wines.
[LI Demei] Wine is surely different from classical music. However, they have something in common.
For wine lovers, every element of wine is worth exploring. 12 years ago in Bordeaux, a Chinese white wine I chose for dinner attracted everyone's attention...
Two weeks ago, a cold air front from Siberia travelled from west to east, and swept over most of the wine regions in China.
In April 12 years ago, my experience in Domain de Chevalier inspired me to explore further into the world of wine. This time I brought a bottle of Cabernet Franc, which I took part in the making of it, to Bernard, as an answer to my visit 12 ye
The China Food and Drinks Fair is the largest alcohol product trade fair in China, and its organisational form has unique local characteristics.
Speaking of the current situation faced by the industry, many people assumed that the strict austerity policy of the new central government is the main cause, while in fact it’s just an ostensible reason.
Recently, LI Demei went to Mendoza for judging in the Argentina Wine Awards 2014. He took the chance to understand the true situation of the wines produced in the country.
It seems to me that promoting wine doesn’t necessarily have to start from wine itself. This is especially true for new consumers.
More and more wine business owners have started to import Chinese elements into their wines.