While imported wines only represent 14.7% of the wines consumed in China, the growth in their consumption is spectacular...
In 2009, for the first time in their history, the Americans drank more wine than the French ...
In 2010, Château de Breuil’s sales turnover was €3.65 million, up 17.5%.
With per capita wine consumption of 4.5 litres per year in 2009, Hong Kong is the most mature wine market in Asia ahead of Japan with 2.4 litres per of-age adult and Singapore with 2.1.
Between 2005 and 2009, French wine imports to China practically increased six-fold.
Between 2005 and 2009, the retail sales turnover including tax for wine in Hong Kong increased by 103%....
After Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong, our next conferences will take place in Frankfurt on March 15th and in Amsterdam on March 17th.
In 2009, 90% of the wines drunk in China were red.
The 2010 grape harvest in the Czech Republic was the worst since 1986, according to the country's winemakers' association.
Total Chinese wine consumption reached 96.33 million 9-litre cases, equivalent to 1.156 billion bottles, in 2009, an increase of 104% compared to 2005.