Wine tops the product categories recognised and protected by the EU-China Geographical Indication Agreement. More GI products will follow in 2025.
As domestic production has grown steadily in China over the past few decades, European wines still hold a place of choice in the market, with wineries from France, Italy, and Spain most represented among EU exporters in 2022.
Here are a few facts and figures about the wine market in China, including consumer tastes, domestic production, market access and tariffs.
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