Decanter announced on 25 June that it is returning to Shanghai with a sixth edition of its Shanghai Fine Wine Encounter on Saturday, 16 November 2019. The 2019 event features an all-star Grand Tasting, five Masterclasses and a first ‘Wine Legends Room’.
Chinese wines in a variety of styles have won seven gold medals in the 2019 Decanter World Wine Awards (DWWA), the world’s largest wine competition. Six out of the seven medals were awarded to Ningxia wines.
China plans to again raise tariffs on US wine imports as part of retaliatory levies on $60bn of US goods, in a move that has heightened concerns among American wineries over their access to the developing market.
François Pinault, owner of Château Latour and Bernard Arnault, owner of luxury group LVMH, have pledged to donate hundreds of millions of Euros towards rebuilding Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris after a major fire devastated the 850-year-old landmark yesterday evening.
Domaines Barons de Rothschild (Lafite) announced today that it is set to split the distribution of its six brands in China to four separate partners, including Pernod Ricard and ASC Fine Wines, from 1st July 2019.
This first market report from the ProWine China trade forum held earlier this month looks at the preferred wine flavour profiles for Chinese consumers and how to attract young professionals into buying wine.
More than 1,200 fine wine lovers and aficionados eagerly attended the fifth annual Decanter Shanghai Fine Wine Encounter which took place at The Ritz-Carlton Shanghai, Pudong on Saturday 17 November.
The Michelin Guide launched its latest Shanghai edition last week. See the full listing here...
Eight Chinese wines from Ningxia, Xinjiang, Hebei and Beijing that have previously won medals at the Decanter World Wine Awards and Decanter Asia Wine Awards were recently available to taste in London.
A Tibetan vineyard sitting at more than 3,500 metres above sea level has been recognised by the Guinness World Records as the highest vineyard of the world.