What has changed for Australian wines in China since the two countries signed the Free Trade Agreements a year ago? Decanter spoke exclusively to Wine Australia, Chinese importers and wine experts to grasp the momentum.
Hospices de Beaune 2016 auction bidders have failed to reach the dizzying heights of 2015 but still drove the annual, Christie's-hosted sale to its second highest total on record.
Do the Decanter China readers' survey (in Chinese) to win a pair of tickets to 2017 Decanter Shanghai Fine Wine Encounter masterclass.
Decanter launches today (10 November) its official account on WeChat, one of China’s most popular social media platforms, targeting the mobile-savvy, younger generation of Chinese wine lovers.
A Spanish wine brand owned by China’s biggest wine producer Changyu is set to become the official wine provider of LaLiga.
Fourteen thousand bottles of wines from Bordeaux are set to catch a direct train from Lyon to China this week, as part of China’s ‘New Silk Road’ strategy to launch more freight trains between its inland cities and Europe.
Read William Kelley's first take on the Burgundy 2016 vintage after spending several weeks harvesting grapes in the region...
Chinese corporation Daohe Wine & Spirits has completed a deal to buy Bordeaux Supérieur estate Domaine de Courteillac as the estate agent involved tells Decanter.com that interest from China-based buyers remains high.
Philippe Bascaules is to succeed the late Paul Pontallier as managing director of the First Growth estate.
Scientists at the University of South Australia have developed an electronic tongue that claims to taste the age of a wine, the type of barrel used and overall quality.