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Can Chinese Wineries Compete With Europe?
August 02, 2013
Can Chinese Wineries Compete With Europe?
With demand for wine in China skyrocketing, domestic companies are hoping to cash in.
Can Chinese Wineries Compete With Europe?
March Rare Wine Auction
March 08, 2011
March Rare Wine Auction
A major auction taking place in Hong Kong this weekend is bound to add to the current wine buzz in Asia.
March Rare Wine Auction
Rothschild’s, Suntory Collaborate
October 15, 2010
Rothschild’s, Suntory Collaborate
The story of Lafite wine continues in Japan, where 2 major names are collaborating on a new selection.
Rothschild’s, Suntory Collaborate
Laughing With Lafite
September 21, 2010
Laughing With Lafite
Wine sales in Hong Kong should fetch over $15 million this season – thanks to one brand.
Laughing With Lafite
Sauvignon Blanc Goes Asia
August 30, 2010
Sauvignon Blanc Goes Asia
Do New Zealand winemakers now see Asia as the next major market for its white wines?
Sauvignon Blanc Goes Asia
June 17, 2010
Thai Reds…and Whites
Thailand’s fledgling wine industry is using tourism to its advantage, with results.
Thai Reds…and Whites
Dynamic Wine Times
May 20, 2010
Dynamic Wine Times
It’s a dynamic time for wine, bringing interesting trends to the Asia-Pacific.
Dynamic Wine Times
Grape Glut
May 20, 2010
Grape Glut
Supply outweighs demand in Australia & winemakers resort to pulling the…vine.
Grape Glut
From Games to Grapes
May 12, 2010
From Games to Grapes
Japanese video game CEO debuts Kenzo Estate, his new wine brand from California.
From Games to Grapes
China Uncorking
April 22, 2010
China Uncorking
China’s wine scene continues to explode with new happenings at home and abroad.
China Uncorking
Women For Wine
April 08, 2010
Women For Wine
Women are right in the midst of the exploding Chinese wine market.
Women For Wine
January 12, 2010
Sayonara Wine Paradox?
I have to admit it was the image–a tuxedo-clad Asian pouring wine into a steaming purple pool of people–that caught my eye before the article in the Guardian it accompanies, titled ‘Japanese wine forces grape snobs to think again.’ The shot was act
Sayonara Wine Paradox?
December 11, 2009
Wine Superpower?
There’s no question that all things China-related are big news these days — I notice it more and more each day, particularly in the political realm, with the mounting speculation that it’s poised to become the next superpower. So I suppose that it s
Wine Superpower?
December 03, 2009
Uncorking the Arts
I’ve always thought of wine-making as an art form — in the same category as fine cheese and fine chocolate production — though at the same time I try not to forget I’m fortunate to even be able to have an opinion on this.  
Uncorking the Arts
Great Wall Wine
November 27, 2009
Great Wall Wine
As promised, here’s more on the Chinese-produced Great Wall wine that Presidents Barack Obama and Hu Jintao had served to them at the visiting American’s state dinner. It turns out that the wine is produced by the China Great Wall Wine Company Ltd.,
Great Wall Wine
November 25, 2009
Pope's Toast... to Coonawarra Reds
I stumbled across a very interesting article from Australia at the weekend. (‘Wine Fit for Papal Palates’)Two major wineries in Australia, DiGiorgio Family Wines and Zema Estate, have been chosen to participate in a big riverside Australia Day celebr
Pope's Toast... to Coonawarra Reds
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