The "real brights spots" driving China's wine market growth pre-Covid will return once the market normalizes, says IWSR CEO. Read More
Hong Kong's publicly listed wine company, Major Cellar, has issued a profit warning this month, alerting shareholders that the city's months of social unrest and Covid-19 could shave off up to HK$35 million (US$4.5 million) of its profits for the year ended on March 31 2020. Read More
Wine merchants in Hong Kong started the year of 2020 optimistic. Then came the coronavirus pandemic. Survival more than profit is now the top priority … Read More
Mari Yasuda, a wine writer and educator based in Japan, has joined Vino Joy News as contributing editor to cover Japan’s dynamic wine market.
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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. Read More
Bordeaux wines are losing steam in its most profitable market in China. For the first time in recent years, Bordeaux, the most known wine region in China, experienced its Waterloo. Read More