27 08, 2020

Changyu Moser XV: Where big is beautiful

2020-08-27T16:06:15+01:00August 27th, 2020|Asian Wine & Spirits News|

As you walk through the gates of the luxurious Changyu Moser XV winery and its perfectly manicured grounds, you have to pinch yourself as a reminder that this is not a chateau in France’s Loire Valley, but the dream child of China’s oldest wine [...]

17 08, 2020

Georgia – at the junction between East and West

2020-08-17T16:40:20+01:00August 17th, 2020|Asian Wine & Spirits News|

Widely recognised as the cradle of winegrowing, Georgia is also a bridge between Europe and Asia. Its idiosyncratic winemaking traditions, myriad grape varieties and long standing wine culture have allowed its wine industry to overcome some major challenges in recent decades. Consultant winemaker Giorgi [...]

10 08, 2020

Domaine Chandon: Targeting a niche market

2020-08-10T13:37:31+01:00August 10th, 2020|Asian Wine & Spirits News|

An international household name for its traditional method sparkling wines, with a presence in several wine regions worldwide, Domaine Chandon moved to Ningxia in 2011. It now produces wines in a range of styles and formats, including a red sparkling version. With expert guidance [...]

15 02, 2020

Could China lead the way for organic winegrowing?

2020-02-15T07:50:31+01:00February 15th, 2020|Non classé|

For the past 100 years, synthetic fertilisers and pesticides have dominated the farming world. But as environmental awareness increases, an accusatory finger is being pointed at the use of chemicals for agriculture. Bernard Burtschy explained why China could well be in the forefront of the [...]

22 09, 2019

Yinchuan – Ningxia will hold the 3rd edition of the AWS conference and tasting

2019-09-22T16:46:50+01:00September 22nd, 2019|Asian Wine & Spirits News|

On September 25-27, 2019, Ningxia region and the city of Yinchuan will host for the second time  the 3rd edition of the Asian Wine and Spirits conference and tasting, as this region is the largest concentrated production area of wine grapes in China. This event is [...]

18 09, 2019

How alcohol can be a double-edged sword, for Asians and the global population

2019-09-18T08:33:16+01:00September 18th, 2019|Non classé|

The Asian population is renowned for its intolerance to alcohol and its distinctive ‘flush syndrome’. But are all Asians equal when it comes to drinking alcohol?   Read more

5 09, 2019

How to respond to the needs of the on-trade in Singapore

2019-09-05T13:05:38+01:00September 5th, 2019|Asian Wine & Spirits News|

Touted as a 1-billion-USD wine market by 2021, with an economy still in growth mode, high disposable incomes and a penchant for premium wines, Singapore is a magnet for many wine exporters. Annette Scarfe MW described the best strategies for entering the country’s on-trade.   Read more [...]

10 07, 2019

Selecting the most relevant strategies for marketing wine in Asia

2019-07-10T09:10:45+01:00July 10th, 2019|Non classé|

Perhaps an easy mistake to make when contemplating the Asian wine market from the West is just that, to consider that there is one Asian market. Debra Meiburg MW outlined the major differences from one market to the next and got specific about winning strategies in China.   [...]

27 06, 2019

When world wines meet Chinese cuisines

2019-06-27T12:29:59+01:00June 27th, 2019|Asian Wine & Spirits News|

Chinese cuisine is incredibly regionalised and complex, making wine pairing a tall order. Hang Li outlined the pitfalls of trying to marry wines and foods in China, and offered some advice on how to succeed.   Read more

28 05, 2019

Ensuring sustainable growth for the Chinese wine industry

2019-05-28T08:58:24+01:00May 28th, 2019|Asian Wine & Spirits News|

Before 2012, the Chinese wine industry grew rapidly – surging by 442% in eleven years. Since then, wine production has slowed and even decreased despite the continued growth of wine consumption in China. Shaohua Li analysed the reasons for the slowdown and outlined strategies for fuelling renewed growth. [...]