Chinese Investment Bank Promotes Traditional Huangjiu (Yellow Wine)

Forget beer and wine made from grapes. In China’s alcoholic drinks market, it’s all about another, equally old boozy beverage. Yellow rice wine, sometimes known as liquid cake, dates back to the Shang Dynasty (c.16th century-11th century BC) more than 3,000 years ago. It is the fastest growing mass-market alcoholic drink in China, with sales

Ningxia Hui Region Expects to Produce 200 Million Bottles of Wine Annually By 2020

The wine industry in northwest China’s Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region will see major development in the next few years. According to the administrative committee that manages the region’s biggest vineyards, Ningxia will grow 700,000 mu (46,667 hectares) of grapes by 2020, with 600,000 mu [~40,000 ha] intended for wine making…Full Article: Xinhua Dec 2016 Key

Foreign and Domestic Investors Look to Capitalize on China’s Growing Wine Market

China is the youngest player in the world’s emerging wine-production markets – and has quickly become the world’s fifth-largest wine producer. Industry experts estimate the nation will have the most land devoted to wine production and bottle more wine than any other country in five years.”It’s just like the Australia and Chile markets 10 or