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H1 2017: China’s wine import growth is slowing down

H1 2017: China’s wine import growth is slowing down

China has seen a slowdown in wine imports in the first half of 2017, and there are signs of higher demand for French and Australian wines at lower prices, show newly released Chinese customs figures. The total value of bottled wines entering China during ...

[2017-08-18] more>>
China becomes the biggest overseas market for Chilean wines

China becomes the biggest overseas market for Chilean wines

China has overtaken the US as the biggest wine export market for Chilean wineries in terms of value, show new figures. Chile exported US$195 million* worth of wine to China in 2016, compared to an export value of $183 million to the US and $148 million to...

[2017-04-17] more>>
Scoring for value

Scoring for value

Regular blog-column reader Kent Benson has a close eye for detail, often being the first to point out my errors, so when I wrote recently that I had taken price into account in my scoring of a selection from the Pays dOc Trophy Collection, he was quickly ...

[2017-02-20] more>>
2016 China wine import figures round-up: Australia grows by 40%

2016 China wine import figures round-up: Australia grows by 40%

New figures show that China imported more wine by volume and value in 2016 versus 2015, with France and Australia leading the way. In 2016, a total of 482 million litres (642m bottles) of bottled wines were imported into China, with a value of 2 billion U...

[2017-02-03] more>>
Penfolds wins trademark battle over 'squatter' in China

Penfolds wins trademark battle over 'squatter' in China

Penfolds owner Treasury Wine Estates has won a high court battle against a trademark squatter claiming ownership to a widely understood Chinese translation of the Australian wine brands name - but the dispute doesnt end there. Beijings High Peoples Court ...

[2017-01-13] more>>
UV light box offers hope for vegan wine lovers, says winemaker

UV light box offers hope for vegan wine lovers, says winemaker

A new device that claims to soften tannins in young wine by exposing the juice to ultraviolet light could also help increase the number of wines available for vegans, according to winemakers taking part in early trials. A Swiss company claims to be offeri...

[2016-12-19] more>>
Australian wines in China in the post-Free Trade era

Australian wines in China in the post-Free Trade era

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. Image: Australian Trade and Investm...

[2016-11-23] more>>
Hospices de Beaune 2016 bidders cut spending

Hospices de Beaune 2016 bidders cut spending

Hospices de Beaune 2016 auction bidders have failed to reach the dizzying heights of 2015 but still drove the annual, Christies-hosted sale to its second highest total on record. Hospices de Beaune 2016 fetches 8.4 million euros from 596 barrels, down 25%...

[2016-11-22] more>>
Who survived nature’s wrath

Who survived nature’s wrath

Image: Looming skies over Pommard pressage early October storms. Credit: Gretchen Greer Burgundy 2016 harvest Burgundys 2016 vintage will be remembered as complicatedin every sense. Hail and then rampant mildew, nourished by a moist Spring, followed on ha...

[2016-11-11] more>>
White House wine – what do US Presidents drink?

White House wine – what do US Presidents drink?

As election day approaches, we take a look back at the favourite tipples of the many wine-loving US presidents, with facts and anecdotes from Mint Juleps with Teddy Roosevelt by Mark Will-Weber. Image: The White HouseImage: The White House White House win...

[2016-11-09] more>>
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