China Opens Its Doors to International Wines

Tony Aspler
Issue: October 15, 2002

China, potentially the world's largest wine market, is a step closer to attaining that status with the opening of The WineMark, the country's first permanent wine-and-spirits center. The WineMark, opened in Guangzhou (formerly called Canton) on May 30, is the initiative of Hong Kong developers who constructed a 25-story luxury condo building.

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