Industry frailty, regarding both of the image of wine and harsh regulations, is explained and spoken of in a concerned and even reverent tone.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) September 27, 2013
Quality wine is often associated with power and prestige. In Chinese culture, this is very much the case. As a result, their wine trade industry is growing immensely, increasingly catching the eyes of experts around the world. Cellars Wine Club’s latest blog post joins the global conversation, presenting facts and opinion relating to wine in China.
Serving as the inspiration for the article, Red Obsession (2013) burrows itself deep into the author’s thought-provoking monologue. The documentary serves as a springboard for deeper conversation, inspiring economic mentions and concern over the future of wine in China. “There was a recent scare that quality wine trade to China would be dampened when trade issues arose during July of 2013,” CWC writes. “Thankfully an agreement was made after negotiations, but who knows what could have happened if negotiations had failed.”
Industry frailty, regarding both of the image of wine and harsh regulations, is explained and spoken of in a concerned and even reverent tone. Cellars Wine Club advises wine enthusiasts to pursue additional education on the subject, especially beyond watching Red Obsession. The article closes by saying, “While some accept China as the next big wine market, it would be wise to look deeper than the insights given by this summer’s wine movie.”
About Cellars Wine Club:
Cellars Wine Club delivers to wine club members all over the US. They prioritize publishing beneficial information for wine drinkers everywhere. They offer 12 different wine clubs to consumers. Wine enthusiasts can order international wines or local wines as a gift or for personal enjoyment. With great service and excellent selection, it is no wonder they are so successful.