WINE TRADE

Whoever wants to conquer China’s wine market has to go online

CHINA (Beijing) - Even though domestic brands are still holding the majority the market shares, wine producers from abroad are gaining more and more foothold on the fastest growing wine market in the world. Smartphones and tablet PCs have rung in a new era above all in China’s wine trade is substantiated by the wine purchases via Internet portals, which have grown enormously during the past year.

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The market for fine wines remains fragile

UK (London) – The majority of the wine traders registered at the London LIV-EX believes the prices for the fine wines registered there to increase by the end of the year. In contrast, experts among investors are warning...

Amazon China starts direct distribution of imported wines

CHICHINA (Peking) – Amazon, the mighty online trader, has recently started to sell his first party of imported wines directly to Chinese consumers. For the moment, the wines stem exclusively from seven select California...

Wine opponent no. 1 is China’s almighty hygiene office

CHINA (Hong Kong) – Europe’s wine importers are rather unimpressed about China’s latest threatening gestures. The real threat are the Chinese authorities, they say, above all the hygiene department. It has the right...

Natural wine transport via sail’s power

FRANCE (Fécamp) – In collaboration with the RAW (The Real Artisan Wine Fair), which opened its doors on May 19 and 20 in London, a cargo of wines was shipped from Fécamp, Normandy, France, via sailing boat to the St....

Trade with fine drops: Wine Owners is online

UK (London) – Again a wine trading platform, the product range of which is addressing to private as well as to commercial customers, is trying to succeed. The Wine Owners portal, which has just been opened, has as much...

Bordeaux En Primeur: Château Margaux price decreases by one third

FRANCE (Bordeaux) – The Mouton Rothschild and Margaux châteaux seem to have made a price agreement because after Mouton reported 240 euro ex Bordeaux at the En Primeur campaign, Margaux followed last week with also 240...

Bordeaux En Primeur: Decreasing prices but no spectacular price reduction

FRANCE (Bordeaux) – Despite a tough struggle about prices, the speed of the 2013 En Primeur campaign is astonishing: Every day, further châteaux reveal their market prices. Last week, for instance, a series of estates...

Cautious optimism after Lynch Bages price offensive

FRANCE (Bordeaux) – After the first week of the En Primeur campaign, optimism is spreading within the world of wine due to the decreasing prices of the Bordeaux châteaux. After Mouton Rothschild (we reported: "Château...

Bordeaux En Primeur: Château Mouton Rothschild reports 240 euro

FRANCE (Bordeaux) – The Mouton Rothschild château is the first one of the big châteaux to report the price for the 2012 vintage: 240 euro, equaling 2,880 euro per case (12 bottles). From the point of view of the...

The small châteaux are reporting, the big ones are still reluctant

FRANCE (Bordeaux) – Last week, the En Primeur campaign was opened by two Cru Bourgeois. Château Sénéjac reported 7.80 euro ex Bordeaux (five percent less than past year), and château Belle Vue reported 8.30 euro ex...

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