Australian wine giant Treasury Wine Estates has announced that its chief executive Michael Clarke will retire in September next year, following more than 6 years at the helm of the company.
The inaugural Singapore Wine Pinnacle Awards gave a nod to top quality Chinese wines, of which Ningxia in northwestern China nabbed three nominations including two by the country’s leading family-owned boutique winery Silver Heights.
China’s wine imports continue to slump in the first eight months of the year, dropping by 16.2% year on year in terms of value, with August downtown deepens, casting shadows for the upcoming holiday season.
The Association de la Sommellerie Internationale (ASI) has announced that it will host the next General Assembly in China, which is expected to give a boost to China’s wine making profile among the world’s best sommeliers.
Hong Kong’s health conscious bakery The Cakery has teamed with the city’s speakeasy cocktail bar Dr. Fern’s Gin Parlour to launch two new alcoholic cupcakes infused with gin.
With ongoing China-US trade war souring Chinese consumers’ appetite for American wines, California Wine Institute’s Asia director is calling wineriesContinue Reading
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Sarment Wine & Spirits Holding, has split with SAIS Holding, a listed company in Canada, and been sold to El Greco International, owned by Paolo Bulgari, chairman of Italian luxury jeweller Bvlgari, the Asia-focused fine wine and spirits merchant has announced.
Japan is planning to eliminate its 15% tariff on American wine imports in the next five to seven years as the two trade partners are poised to sign a deal at the end of this month.
With China’s waning demand for imported wines, Hong Kong, the gateway to the mainland market, is feeling the pain from a weakening mainland market.