China's largest winemaker Changyu has seen falling profits as demand for red wine falls across the country. (Changyu)

China’s Wine Production Drops 14.6 Percent Amid Anti-Graft Campaign

According to a recent report, falling demand for wine in China has led winemakers across the country...
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‘Baijiu’ Author Derek Sandhaus Tells Us Why Chinese Spirit Is ‘Misunderstood’

The author of a new English-language book on the fiery Chinese spirit talks to Jing Daily about what...
An ad for Johnnie Walker on the brand's Weibo page. (Weibo/Johnnie Walker)

Which Top Drinks Brands Have The Best China Hangover Cure?

As China's austerity drive continues, Pernod Ricard, Diageo, and Rémy Cointreau are all working to ...
Chinese wine e-tailer's fundraising success comes in the light of China's booming wine retail industry. (Jiuxian)

China’s Gigantic Wine Market Goes Digital

Despite experts' skepticism that wine e-commerce sites would ever succeed, China defies expectations...
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Why China’s Top Spirit Isn’t Just For Bureaucrats Anymore

Baijiu producer Moutai just posted a massive decline in annual sales growth, but claims it's in the ...
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How The World’s Top Drink Brands Cope With China’s Anti-Graft Slump

As the world's largest drinks conglomerates all feel the pain of China's ongoing anti-corruption cra...
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