More Ningxia wine producers are selling wines made from varieties beyond Cabernet Sauvignon as they explore the Chinese wine region’s terroir potential.
Tmall.com, the third-party online platform for brands and retailers under the Alibaba Group has launched a new project to sell wines sourced directly from wineries globally.
Two Chinese ‘Great Wall’ wines produced in Hebei Province were served at the banquet hosted by President XI Jinping following China’s V-Day military parade.
Ningxia Cabernet Sauvignon has won two gold medals so far at the Decanter Asia Wine Awards 2015 judging week, emphasising the growing stature of the Chinese wine region.
Top wine experts from across Asia are joined by new forces including vice chair professor LI Demei to judge for the fourth edition of Decanter Asia Wine Awards (DAWA) in Hong Kong.
Treasury Wine Estates has said it achieved significant annual sales growth in Greater China by selling wines directly to retailers via its own distribution network – a business model that is increasingly popular.
Chinese wine giant Dynasty Fine Wines has for the first time described allegations made against it, including faking sales and trying to sell sour wine to customers, as an investigation continues.
Vineyards in Ningxia are set to receive help from an unlikely source after a deal between Israel and China paved the way for Israeli experts to tackle water shortages in the region.
US reality show The Winemakers is set to film a third series set in China, despite lengthy delays in series two making it to PBS, America’s 100% sponsor-funded public broadcaster.
[Infographic] Official reports show that excessive preservatives and copper in imported wines are among the top reasons for Chinese customs to reject during the first half of 2015.