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China is handling customs processes as normal for imports of Australian wines, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday, after Australia’s Treasury Wine Estates Ltd, said it faced delays getting some products into the country.

Australian Winemakers Notice go-slow at Chinese Ports

Bruce Tyrrell’s family has been planting vines in the Hunter Valley since 1879, taking advantage of the region’s humid summer climate and high cloud cover to produce the kind of gloriously rich wine that is celebrated from New York to Tokyo and today increasingly Beijing.

Over the past 15 years, global consumption of the pink drink has increased by a staggering 31 percent and the number of countries importing the wine has grown by 16 percent. Photo: AFP

Is France really heading for a rosé wine shortage this summer?

Wine drinkers for whom a glass of French rosé is inextricably linked with summertime fun could be left thirsty this summer as stocks of the popular tipple run low, some French media outlets have claimed. But is the rosé tap really going to run dry?

In recent years the whole en primeur circus has begun to seem a little tired.

Is Bordeaux’s reign as the king of wines over?

With Bordeaux an ‘investment vehicle for the 1%’, it’s time to seek out future classics from Argentina, New Zealand and South Africa.