Winemakers Ask, Is China’s Market Worth It?
French, Australian and American vintners have all been burned by trade fights and crackdowns, but the potential for big …
Mouton-Rothschild Selects Chinese Artist Xu Bing for 2018 Label
The Bordeaux first-growth bottle will feature one of Xu’s signature “square word calligraphies”
World Leaders Rally Behind Australian Wine
Politicians from multiple nations, including the U.S., urge consumers to buy Aussie after China imposes crippling tariffs
Making the World's First Wine: Who Taught Whom?
An archaeologist has published a new book on early Chinese wine techniques that suggests prehistoric winemaking may have …
Updated: Restaurants, Hotels and Wine Trade Shows Suffer as Coronavirus Spreads
Germany's ProWein and Italy's Vinitaly have been postponed due to the spread of COVID-19, as has Vinexpo Hong Kong; in …
How Will the New Coronavirus Impact the Restaurant and Wine Industries?
As COVID-19 spreads, restaurateurs and distributors in China have weathered weeks of almost no sales; now Italy is trying …
Bordeaux Wine Museum Plans Expansion to Beijing
Cité du Vin announces expansion into China with a $66.5 million space that will open next year
Trade War Is Hurting U.S. Wineries
As the Trump administration fights over trade with China, Mexico and the E.U., winemakers fight to overcome retaliatory …
Bordeaux Scores Victories in Battle Against Counterfeit Wines in China
Aggressive detective work and increasing government regulation is helping protect wine brands
French Authorities Seize 10 Bordeaux Wineries Owned by a Chinese Conglomerate
Prosecutors are investigating Haichang Group and its founder Qu Naijie, who bought 27 estates in four years, for money …
Will China's Tariffs Hurt American Wine?
U.S. vintners are just beginning to build a foothold in a market where Australia and Chile hold a big advantage