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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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Tmall Alcohol Sales Trend

Jan 19, 2017 2 Comments by

Tmall’s is best and authorized brand of China which has great reputation in all across China. Chinese people buy Tmall’s products and especially Alcohol is in top trends of this shopping mall. Tmall’s Alcohol sales have been increased in 2016. Online Alcohol sales on China’s leading e-retailer brand Tmall has got much popularity in last […]

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Wine Imports of China Growing Histrionically without US

Dec 22, 2016 No Comments by

  China imported wine of $1.77 billion, representing a 19.1% yearly increase. According to China Association for Import and Export of Wines and Spirits, China’s total volume of wine is jumped to 14.42% from January to September. So comparatively, US played small role in wines. The Numbers: China imports bulk of wine in the first […]

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JD wants to dominate the sale of wine in China

Jun 14, 2016 1 Comment

The domination of wine in China   The wine market is facing new challenges in China: e-Commerce. As we already know Chinese consumers are big fans of online shopping. So what will be the future of fine wine in China on the e-commerce market? Chinese consumers are looking for a way to buy quality imported […]

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Will Australian Wines succeed to conquer China ?

Jan 28, 2016 2 Comments

Will Australian Wines succeed to conquer China?   Australia is not really known for its wine but it will not be long. Australia National Postal Service announced a partnership with Chinese Giant Alibaba Group to sell Australian wine on 1688.com website.   1688.com is a major online retailer in China, and has almost 100 million […]

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China, a new El’Dorado for italian wines ?

Dec 18, 2015 2 Comments

Italian vine growers see development oportunities on the chinese market as the taste of chinese consumers tend to diversify, and to evolve to mild-range wines. The chinese wine market A growing Un marché dynamique en pleine révolution The North West University Of Forest and Agriculture in Shaanxi province recently disclosed the results of a survey […]

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Is Prosecco to become a serious challenger for Champagne?

Jun 04, 2015 1 Comment

   Prosecco, an italian sparkling wine on the rise…    About Prosecco…    The italian sparkling wine prosecco    has  seen its exportation arise in the   recent years. Prosecco is a light wine at    an   affordable price, which makes it   more   and more appreciated abroad, to   the   point that it could even compete    with   Champagne  in  some countries   […]

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Chile Wine Market in China

Jan 21, 2015 1 Comment

Nowadays, China is the seventh largest export market of wine and is expected to reach 4,000,000kl in 2017. Moreover, the wine consumption in China expected to triple from 0.3 gallons per capita to 0.8 gallons per capita in 2017. In China there are around 4.6 million consumers of Chilean wine. The great potential of the […]

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Chinese Start to like Mexican Tequila

Jan 14, 2015 No Comments

Nearly seven in 10 bottles of tequila produced in Mexico are for export. United States is the largest market with nearly 77% of demand, followed by Germany, Spain, France, Russia, among others. However, the outlook for consumption could change. It is expected that China will become the second largest market for tequila. Over the last […]

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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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