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Growing Trend in Organic Winery in China

May 03, 2017 1 Comment by

  According to the records, winery and vineyards are much older than the wines in human beings’ history.   The winery has been developing vines from its own particular vineyards in Yanqi, by one of the locale’s popular natural Chinese winery Tiansai, since 2009 yet just began making its own particular wines in 2014. picture […]

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Wine Sales in China is Boosted Through E-commerce

Apr 04, 2017 1 Comment by

  The world of e-commerce is growing exponentially in China. More and more people are now using the internet not only for seeking information about different products but also to buy them. The Internet is now becoming a reliable source of buying high-quality products and services. E-commerce is now boosting lots of businesses in China. […]

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Chinese oenotourism, a growing trend

Jun 27, 2016 No Comments by

Chinese people and wine   Chinese people have been for a long time Tea drinkers. It all started when Shennong known as the Ancient Father of Agriculture in China discovered the great taste of tea when a leaf from the tree he was sitting under fell into his cup of warm water. Tea has been […]

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The Spanish Wine market in China

Jan 07, 2015 2 Comments

In 2012, Spain has become the third largest wine export to China. In 2012, Spain exported 3.27 million nine-liter cases to China, trailing only Australia (4.48 million) and France (15.46 million). Spanish wines are increasing their popularity among Chinese wine consumers. Spanish wine exports to China have steadily increased in 2014. Wines made in Spain […]

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Argentina’s Wine Market in China

Dec 31, 2014 No Comments

Over the last years the consumption of wine in China has increased. In fact, consumption of wine has doubled within the last five years and that’s why it is expected that China will become the largest consumer of wine in the world by 2016. In 2013, China has become the sixth most important wine market […]

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Chinese oenology tourism

Dec 23, 2014 No Comments

Chinese oenology tourism Over the last years, Chinese tourists are traveling across Europe to purchase a wide variety of high-end products such as design clothes or wine. Cities as France, Italy, Germany and Britain are the most preferred destinations for Chinese travelers who desire buy luxury items. Hotels and boutiques have hired Mandarin-speaking staff in […]

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Who is the Chinese wine-drinker?

Nov 25, 2014 3 Comments

Speculation and analysis has surrounded the Chinese wine consumer, and as a booming but young market, contradictory opinions have flourished as experts, in a rush to seize market share. Consumption has grown by 136% in the last six years, reaching 155 million 9-litre cases in 2013. While there was a 3.8% dip in year-on-year sales […]

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Castle Fourcas Dupre wins it all in China!

Jul 28, 2014 No Comments

Origins and mysteries of Castle Fourcas Dupré Castle Fourcas Dupre is welcomed by Chinese connoisseurs and amateurs alike French red wines have always been considered as the top wine one can find anywhere in the world. Amongst them is a rising star that is coming to China and is meeting success : The Chateau Fourcas […]

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Is Hong Kong a better entry strategy to the Chinese wine market?

Apr 17, 2013 No Comments

During the past months quite a few seminars have been organized in Germany with the aim of providing information about the Chinese wine market. Based upon high participation rates the interest is increasing among the German vintners; e.g., the China seminar held by German Wine Institute at the end of January attracted over 80 participants. […]

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The top German wineries choose a slow and careful entry to the Chinese market

Dec 20, 2012 No Comments

According to Wine Intelligence (7/2012) study, white wine consumption in mainland China is set to rise significantly over the next five years. As the Chinese consumers become better educated and more affluent, their tastes diverse. The study suggests that at the moment some of the educated Chinese consumers are even favoring German Rieslings. The question […]

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