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Date Created: 12/20/15
Imperial Wines Of London - DBR Lafite’S Domination At a wine tasting event recently held in Beijing, guests were left speechless when they were given the opportunity to taste a variety of the famous winemakers Domaines Barons de Rothchild Lafite’s fine wines. Although Imperial Wines of London reported which sadly, the world famous Carruades de Lafite and Chateau Lafite were not included as an ingredient of the tasting session, the actual wines which the guests were given had been sufficiently delicious to make up for this. It’s no secret that the niche for wine in China has increased significantly over the last few years - some reports say that it is now one of the most notable five largest consumers of wine on the globe. In addition to this, Imperial Wines of London have revealed that China has outdone both Indonesia and Britain in regards to it's importing of Bordeaux wine.Imperial Wines of London reports that as the demand for wine in China continues to rise, foreign wine companies for example DBR Lafite have faced a number of difficulties in relation to this market. The winemaker has been taking aggressive measures in order to increase the popularity of it's wines in China, after having identified several counterfeit versions of it's most well known varieties. The company get exported approximately 11 zillion bottles around the world, with approximately 1.5 million of these kinds of being exported to China.Michel Negrier, who works as DBR Lafite’s upload director has said that as it is true that the Chinese niche for their wines has grown dramatically, the rate of this development has triggered a market which is not sufficiently intelligent in regards to the nuances of fine wine to fully appreciate it. Imperial Wines of London have said that it does not take duty of companies such as DBR Lafite to provide this education, so as to ensure that the market remains sustainable coming from a long-term perspective - and Negrier agrees. One of many ways in which this goal is being met is by the corporation hosting wine tasting sessions, which showcase the best of the Lafite varieties. These sessions are being kept across all of the major cities in China, as well as in many small towns and villages. Visit Imperial Wines of London by clicking here
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