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JAPAN’S WINE IMPORTS DROPPED 7% IN 2020, TOP SUPPLIER CHILE BUCKED TREND WITH 4% GROWTH
Japan's wine imports in 2020 dropped 7% by volume because of the pandemic, imports from all wine making countries decreased except for Chile with 4% increase.
CHAMPAGNE SALES DOWN 18% IN 2020 DUE TO COVID, SHIPMENT TO JAPAN FELL 28%
Shipments of Champagne in 2020 was hit hard by the pandemic, total shipment is down 18%. Shipment to Japan, Champagne's biggest market in Asia, down even higher at 28%.
INDIAN STATE UTTAR PRADESH LIMITS LICENCE-FREE ALCOHOL POSSESSION TO 6 LITRES
The state government of Uttar Pradesh has made it mandatory to have a licence if an individual or a household wants to keep more than 6 litres of liquor.
SURVEY: SOCHU VOTED THE MOST UNLOVED KOREAN FOOD ITEM BY FOREIGNERS
Despite being the world’s top-selling spirit, Sochu liquor is voted “the most unloved Korean food” by foreigners in a consumer survey by the Korean government.
SANDS CHINA TO OPEN “THE LONDONER MACAO” ON 8 FEB FEATURING RAMSAY GASTROPUB & BECKHAM SUITES
The star-studded themed resort in Macau, which is China's casino hub, will start receiving guests ahead of the Chinese New Year holiday.
CHINA’S HAINAN TO ADD 6 DUTY-FREE OUTLETS IN Q1, DFS AND LAGARDÈRE AWARDED LICENCES
The six new outlets will add 220,000sq m of shopping space to the island province which has replaced Hong Kong to become China’s luxury shopping hub.
JAPAN’S SUNTORY TO RESUME SUPPLY OF HAKUSHU 12YO AFTER 2 YEARS OF SUSPENSION
Japanese whisky with age statement is returning, drinks giant Suntory announced that it will resume shipment of Hakushu 12 year in Japan on 30 March.
THAILAND BANS ALCOHOL, DRINKS, FOOD AND PRINTED MATERIALS ON ALL DOMESTIC FLIGHTS
Thailand has banned alcohol, food, drinks and printed materials on board all domestic flights to stem the coronavirus, the only country to have done so.
"CHINESE BAIJIU" IS NOW THE OFFICIAL ENGLISH NAME FOR CHINA'S TRADITIONAL FIERY SPIRIT
The new English name started to appear on export documentations and tariff codes from 1 January 2021. Manufacturers hoped it can help international promotions.
WINE AUSTRALIA CANCELLED CHINA ROADSHOW 2021, BE ABSENT IN CHENGDU WINE SHOW
Wine Australia announced cancellation of China Roadshow 2021, it will be absent in the Chengdu wine show due to travel restrictions and China’s punitive tariffs.
THE ORIENT EXPRESS IS NOW IN S’PORE SERVING POP-UP MENUS BY 3-STARRED YANNICK ALLENO
The pop-up restaurant by the French chef inside the replica of Orient Express' dining car is one of the highlights of the Orient Express exhibition now on in Singapore.
SAMSUNG UNVEILED PROTOTYPE OF A ROBOT THAT CAN POUR YOU A GLASS OF WINE
Called Bot Handy, the robot can also set dinner table and help do washing-up, it is still in development and no date has been set for product release yet.
STAYCATION: INDIA’S NASHIK WINE REGION RECEIVED 75,000 VISITORS OVER FESTIVE SEASON
India’s Nashik wine region has benefited from the trend of staycation, it has received nearly 75,000 domestic tourists over the Christmas and New Year season.
CHINESE POLICE BUSTED COUNTERFEIT RING ALLEGEDLY SHIFTED USD20MN FAKE PENFOLDS
A total of 30 suspects were arrested in 9 locations spanning several provinces, and investigation is still on-going.
ITALY & SPAIN ROLLED OUT 3-YEAR CAMPAIGN IN ASIA TO PROMOTE SUSTAINABLE WINES
A EU funded campaign to promote sustainable wines from Italy and Spain has been rolled out in Asia, target markets include China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Singapore and Vietnam.
REPORT: CHINA AND ASIA REMAIN WORLD’S TOP BEER CONSUMING COUNTRY AND REGION
China is world’s largest beer consuming country in 2019 for the 17th consecutive year, while Asia remains top consuming region, according to report by Kirin Beer University.
受新冠疫情打擊，2020年份的加拿大冰酒産量，將會是前年的六分一，是20年來最低，當中又以由白品種 Riesling及黑品種 Cabernet Franc釀製的冰酒最為罕見，部份或有收藏價值。
SOUTH KOREA'S WINE IMPORTS HIT ALL TIME HIGH IN 2020 LED BY CHILE AND FRANCE
South Korea imported USD239m worth of wines in January to November last year, higher than the 2019 total of USD204m, as more people drink at home due to COVID-19.