French wine giant Castel Frères, the third largest wine group in the world, has been handed a fine in mainland China for violating advertising law, sounding an alarm for wineries that are using superlative languages in promotions.
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The Italian Wine Crypto Bank (IWCB), the first and only global wine bank based on blockchain and cryptocurrencies, has launched what it calls “the first cryptocurrency in the world entirely guaranteed by wine” starting from September 21.
As holiday season approaches, leading wine merchants and wineries tell Vino Joy News what has transpired the shipping delays this year and the impacts of the delays.
Whether it’s a dish steeped in Mid-Autumn festival tradition or holiday must-have mooncakes, Ronald Khoo picks out four classic pairings with wine.
A complete set of the rare Japanese Hanyu card series whisky is poised to smash a previous world record at the upcoming auction organized by Kaigai Fine Wine Asia on October 10.
Japan’s import volume went down but value grew in the first half of 2021. Meanwhile, France has overtaken Chile in both volume and value.
South Korea, is uncorking more wine bottles than ever. The country’s wine consumption in the first seven months of the year hit a fresh high coming off a record year of drinking in 2020 despite pandemic.
In launching Treasury Wine Estates’ bold California Collection in Hong Kong, the Australian wine giant hints at pushing the envelop further by adding a white wine and Bordeaux Cabernet to its range, as it diversifies its global offerings.
Treasury Wine Estates appears to have absorbed the shock from China’s punitive tariffs and “is positive on outlook across its key markets outside mainland China” for the year 2022, the company has announced in its latest 2021 annual report.
Australian Olympians got too carried away on their flight home from Tokyo and were accused of unruly drunken behaviors.
An extremely rare full set of Hanyu card series will go under hammer in October in Japan at Kaigai Fine Wines, and is expected to smash previous world record.
With Tokyo Olympics in full swing and new lockdown measures in Japan, low-alcohol wines are quickly winning over health-conscious consumers.