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    Burgundy – the new favourite in China

    Chinese interest in wine has developed at a rapid rate. While some nations might take years to develop their taste for wines, in China, trends for wine has changed in a little over a year.
     

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    Test Your Palate Wine Tasting Event Returns

    ‘Test your Palate’ Wine Tasting Event is back by popular demand after an overwhelmingly successful debut in 2011, and follow up event in 2012.

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    Cathay Pacific Hong Kong International Wine and Spirit Competition Results Announced

    The Cathay Pacific Hong Kong International Wine & Spirit Competition (HKIWSC) – considered to be the largest pan-Asian wine and spirit competition, is today pleased to announce the winning wines and spirits most suited to the Asian taste profile following four days of blind tasting

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    Drinking the World's Wine - Interview with Guest VIP Judge Alberto Antonini

    Italian wine expert Alberto Antonini is the Guest VIP Judge at this year’s Cathay Pacific Hong Kong International Wine & Spirit Competition. This latest edition of what’s billed as the world’s first truly Asian wine competition, was for the first time, opened to spirit categories.

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    HK wine imports sustain rapid growth

    Wine imports to Hong Kong increased by as much as 78% in the first two months of 2011, according to Benjamin Chau, deputy executive director the  Hong Kong Trade Development Council .

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    VIP Judge for the 2011 Cathay Pacific International Wine & Spirit Competition announced

    The Cathay Pacific Hong Kong International Wine and Spirit Competition (HKIWSC) name Alberto Antonini as the guest VIP judge for 2011.

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    Chinese wine consumers developing greater confidence

    Speaking to the drinks business this week, Don St Pierre Jr, CEO of ASC Fine Wines, said: “While typically consumers are interested in Cabernet Sauvignon or certain regions, with Bordeaux being the most important, what we are starting to see is that the consumer who

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    Bordeaux has special designs on Chinese consumer

    Considering the sudden and massive price increase in Lafite after the addition of a  Chinese symbol for its 2008 release , followed by a similarly large jump in value when Mouton-Rothschild unveiled a  Chinese-designed label for the same vintage , more chåteaux are tweaking their

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    Cathay Pacific HK IWSC judge Subhash Arora wins OIV

    Subhash Arora, President of Indian Wine Academy and Editor of delWine, India’s first online magazine on wine, food and hospitality, becomes the first and only Indian being awarded the prestigious Mérite de l’OIV (OIV Merit) honour by the Paris- based organisation in recognition of his

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    Competition Director Simon Tam becomes Christie's "Head of Wine" for China

    Based in Hong Kong, Simon Tam will be responsible for developing Christie's wine sales in Asia, with particular focus on client relationships in Greater China.

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