Chateau Lafite Rothschild has had major problems with counterfeiting in China. (Flickr/Norman27)

China’s Wine Connoisseurs Wise Up To Rampant Fakes

Counterfeiters are not longer fooling wine aficionados in China as the market matures and buyers dev...
Moutai from the 1950s is particularly sought-after by Chinese collectors

Luxury Gift-Giving In China: Down, But Definitely Not Out

We've previously noted the changing dynamics of China's culture of gift-giving, hastened by Beijing'...
Christie's is keen to tap the new Chinese collector closer to their home market

Hong Kong Wine Auction Season Kicks Off With A Bang

As some luxury brands fret about their short-term prospects in the Greater China market and observer...
Argentinian wineries hope to gain a foothold in China's fast-growing imported wine market

Argentina Winemakers Hope To Challenge French Dominance In China

However, with wine consumption growing not only among wealthy Chinese, but also the country's younge...
Ultimately, wine-making regions like France's Loire Valley may benefit from China's broadening palate

As Chinese Palate Expands, French Wine Giants See Sales Squeeze

When it comes to wine, the burgeoning Chinese oenophile's single-minded preference for high-end Fren...
Petrus is, according to Christie's, the "king of wine investment"

Chinese Wine Collectors Turning To Pétrus

Following their love affairs with Château Lafite Rothschild then Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, it a...