The wine industry in China is growing rapidly built on the back of
massive state run developments and expertise borrowed from some of the best
wine makers from around the world.
There are bottles selling for $500 now even though most
Australian wine drinkers would not be familiar any of the major Chinese wine
brands like Great Wall, Chateau Changyu-Castel and Qindgdao Great River Hill
Angus Barnes, the executive officer
of the NSW Wine Industry Council said the quality of Chinese wines has
dramatically improved in the last few years.
sought out the best people in the world, whether they be Australian wine makers
or vignerons or French or Californian...and said 'what do we need to do to make
the best wines we possibly can in China'."
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