Golden opportunities for Riverland wine in an expanding consumer-driven, Chinese economy

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Wine & Viticulture Journal Issue 2, 2017

Title: Golden opportunities for Riverland wine in an expanding consumer-driven, Chinese economy


Keywords: Acidity, Adelaide, analysis, Anna Crump, Aroma, Asian, Australian, Awareness, beijing, benefit, berry, bottle, Business, category, Character, Chemical, Cherry, China, Chinese, Chris Byrne, Citrus, Closure, Consumer, Consumption, Cork, Criteria, Culture, Data, Design, Development, economy, expectation, Export, Financial, Findings, Floral, Focus, Food, French, Fruit, fund, Grape, grower, Guangzhou, herb, honey, Import, Label, Market, Marketing, Mint, niche, Oak, Online, Opportunities, Packaging, Pepper, Population, Practice, preference, Price, Producer, Production, Program, project, Quality, Questionnaire, Red, Region, Research, result, River Murray, Riverland, Rose, Selection, Sensory, Shanghai, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Share, South Australian, Spice, study, Style, Subei Research Institute, Sue Bastian, Survey, Sustainability, Sweet, Tradition, tree, Tropical, University of Adelaide, Varieties, Vintage, Western, White, Wine, Winemaker, Woody

Page Number(s): 30-32

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