China's Ningxia wine region has announced plans for its first winery classification system, in an effort to standardise wine production in the up-and-coming quality wine region in China.
The Chinese market for high-end Bordeaux remains ‘unstable’, although imports of French wines increased significantly in 2015, according to Château Angélus.
Fewer imported wines were rejected by Chinese customs in 2015 amid strong growth in wine import, shows official figures.
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Australian wineries have an extra reason to celebrate the coming Chinese New Year as China looks set to overtake the UK to become Australia’s second largest wine export market by value in the next 12 months.
China’s bottled wine imports in 2015 jumped by a third in both volume and value compared to 2014, the biggest increase since 2011 and emphasising signs of a recovery in the market, show customs figures.
Five students from Greater China won top awards and scholarships at WSET’s annual graduation ceremony this week, emphasising rising interest in wine in the region.
One of China's biggest supermarket chains is to begin selling New Zealand wines from Sileni Estates in a move that will help its range to be more affordable for middle class drinkers.
The producer of Bordeaux's rare Liber Pater wine, Loïc Pasquet, has been found guilty of defrauding authorities of almost 600,000 euros in EU funding - but he plans to appeal the ruling.
The overall economic slowdown affected China’s wine consumption in 2015, but wine exports to the country increased, says a Vinexpo/IWSR study released in Beijing this week.