Alibaba has started its first online wine and spirits sales festival, giving Chinese consumers the chance to buy 100,000 wines and spirits from 50 countries, said the company.
One of China’s biggest consumer electronics and home appliance producers, Haier, has promised to invest $10m in a wine app dubbed the Chinese equivalent to Vivino.
Customs officials have either destroyed or turned back thousands of foreign wines so far in 2016, mainly because of poor labelling, new figures show.
Ian D’Agata has selected some of the finest Tuscan wines to enable you to explore all the region has to offer. Read all about the characterful tastings hosted by the world’s top producers at this year’s Decanter Shanghai Fine Wine Encounter.
See the fresh infographic on China’s main source of imported wines during the first six months of 2016, and their market shares.
Professor Denis Dubourdieu, one of the most respected winemakers and wine researchers of his generation, has died in Bordeaux.
Seven Tuscan wineries are displaying works by international artists as part of a new project designed to bring together wine, travel and art.
Thanks to more choices available in both online and offline shops, Chinese drinkers are spending more on wine, said Wine Intelligence.
Air-raid shelters in rocky mountains outside shanghai may be a new way for smaller producers to store their wines before making a sale in China. Read the feature and find a chart about the steps a wine needs to take to be imported into China.
Chateau Moulinet, a 16.8 hectare wine estate in Pomerol located close to Chateau de Sales, has been bought by a Beijing investor.