Importing wine to China is a fairly straightforward process – once you have either found a suitable importer or set up shop yourself in the country.
The first thing to be done is to complete the registration of the production establishment through GACC official system: https://cifer.singlewindow.cn/. This will require the producer to submit a series of document including business identity, information on raw material suppliers, other relevant actors involved in the production process, etc. The wine’s label must also be translated according to Chinese standards, and registered with the China Inspection and Quarantine (CIQ). If all the steps have been completed and all export documents are in order, and the Chinese label sticked on the bottle, customs clearance should not be a complicated process.