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Australia's premium wines drive exports to bounce back

21 Jan 2015 | By Gemma McKenna

Australian wine exports have grown 1.9% by value and volume to 700 million litres and $1.82 billion in 2014, with premium wines leading the charge. 

Oliver Zhou gives his personal advice on how wineries should look to enter the Chinese market

Oliver Zhou's personal tips on how to enter the Chinese wine market

06 Jan 2015 | By Oliver Zhou

As someone who has been working in the Chinese wine industry for quite some time, it is not uncommon to meet winery owner/export manager/brand manager who are desperately talking about trying to enter Chinese market and get on track with this fast growing industry. But like the old saying, it is always easier saying(in this case, planning) than doing. Chinese market is more sophisticated than other market in many ways, and spending days reading marketing research material simply won’t ...

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Justin Knock MW predicts trusted wine brands will make a comeback in 2015

23 Jan 2015 | By Erin Smith

Justin Knock MW, one of the partners behind the recent acquisition of wine merchant Philglas & Swiggot, and a consulting winemaker for Encirc Wines, sees wine brands making a comeback with consumers, Italy facing potential supply problems and questions whether New Zealand can keep its momentum going as hot topics to ...

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