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China Wine Industry Competes For World Recognition, Starting With Dynasty Merlot

The China wine market takes world by storm

Photo Credit: Kin Cheung/AP Since China was recognized as the 8th largest wine market globally, it has sped forward to compete internationally with the other top markets. Dynasty Fine Wine Group Ltd leads the way with more than 30 years under their belt in wine making and distribution. And their efforts haven’t gone unnoticed. One […]

The Wine Industry Aims To Reuse Wine Bottles: Another Step In Lowering Emissions

wine bottle renew

Photo Credit: Wine Bottle Renew Earlier this week, New Zealand’s Mobius wines announced they are taking steps to cite their carbon footprint on the wine market by advertising it on their labels, giving the consumer a more informed choice in their wine picks. Now, A whole new take on lessening the wine industry’s carbon footprint: […]

New Zealand Wine Mobius First To Display Carbon Emissions On Bottle

mobius sauvignon blanc from New Zealand

Photo Credit: Mobius winery, New Zealand The guys over at the New Zealand Wine Company (NZWC) have come up with the novel idea of branding their Mobius Sauvignon Blanc with the carbon footprint each glass of wine leaves on the world. This milestone in certification is just one step the company has been pursuing in […]

The New Pocket Wine App For The iPhone Opens The World Of Wine To A Whole New Audience

Wine Paradigm's Pocket Wine

Image credit: Wine Paradigm Great news for iPhone junkies! The Pocket Wine phone app by Wine Paradigm, has just been released to help you learn about wine. It is packed with wine definitions and a prolific taste profile feature that helps you find the wine that most appeals to your senses. It would seem there […]

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China Wine Market Hits 8th Place Amongst The World’s Wine Hubs

Vineyard in the growing china wine industry.

The China wine market has become the eight largest in the world, promising to contend with the top markets of Italy and France within 50 years. Currently, China is the sixth largest producer, while France is line in for first place for production, presumingly overtaking 2009 leader, Italy.1