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Chateau of A Hundred Prices

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If you think wine shopping in the West is confusing, try choosing a bottle from the aisles of a supermarket in Chengdu



May 2015

And so a revolution begins


China’s imported wine market is evolving thanks to burgeoning numbers of younger, less involved wine drinkers who buy wine at entry-level prices

Does travel broaden the palate?


Last year 100 million Chinese went abroad as tourists. Here are our thoughts on what wine businesses can do to build their connection with this new audience.

April 2015

Happy Sisterhood Day


Baileys strikes an emotional chord with Chinese women by playing the BFF card

July 2013

Back labels in China II: the taste of Wolfberry

Chinese cuisine
Delving into the Chinese flavour palate.

June 2013

Get your back label right for China

Back Label
Reaching Chinese consumers through your back label: read our free White Paper.

Storm in a wine glass?

A closer look at China’s recent investigation of EU wine Imports.

May 2013

What do Chinese wine consumers really think?

Chinese consumer
Wine Intelligence China Team shares five key challenges they faced in their latest projects in China at a recent MRS event.

April 2013

The great wall of unanimity

Personification in China
Chinese consumers are famous for their reluctance to openly disagree with others in group discussions – which presents problems for those of us doing qualitative research.

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