Jebsen Fine Wines spoke to DecanterChina.com for our exclusive interview series on life inside China’s wine trade. Topics include Hong Kong versus free trade zones in China, Bordeaux en primeur and China’s changing market.
In Greater China, what are the most popular wines at auctions right now? How do auction houses know wines are genuine? Are wine auctions only for the rich? Find the answers from DecanterChina.com’s exclusive interview with Austin Zhang of Christie’s China.
Bruno Baudry, the new CEO of ASC Fine Wines succeeding John Watkins, spoke to Decanterchina.com about his vision for appealing to a new generation of Chinese wine consumers, including opportunities for online sales.
[Monthly Interview] Online retailer YesMyWine has bucked the trend for weaker wine sales in China in the last few years. DecanterChina.com spoke to YesMyWine CEO Dixon Yuan about the company’s work to educate new consumers and his expectations for the Chi
[Monthly Interview] From producing Lenovo computers to selling fine wine: Sun Jun, general manager of the new wine business of Joyvio Group, a subsidiary of Lenovo IT giant Legend Holdings, talks to DecanterChina.com about the company’s expansion.
Where is the world’s largest wine grapes collection? How was Chilean Carmenere discovered? Why is Marselan considered a possible candidate as China’s signature grape? Find all the answers in Professor Jean-Michel Boursiquot’s exclusive interview with DecanterChina.com.
What is it like to be making wines in the extremely remote Northeast China? What is a ‘good vintage’ there? DecanterChina.com speaks exclusively to John Salvi MW to find out his experience as the winemaker of Changyu’s Xinjiang estate.
[Monthly Interview] Changyu, China’s biggest wine producing company, is set to nurture a new generation of wine consumers through wine tourism and characterful branded wines, said chief winemaker Dr LI Jiming.
[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
Chinese law now includes trademark protection for Champagne, but enforcing the rule is as much about the classroom as the courtroom, says WANG Wei, representative of the Comité Champagne's China office, in an exclusive interview with DecanterChina.com.
[Monthly Interview] The Ningxia government official tasked with unleashing the region’s potential spoke to DecanterChina.com about Ningxia’s ambitious plan and its place in a booming wine industry in an exclusive interview.
Read the exclusive interview with Chinese movie star Zhao Wei and Jean de Cournaud, chief winemaker of Chateau Monlot. ‘I have really loved wine for ten years ever since I went to France and visited a chateau and fell in love with the idea...’