China Workshop with Wine Intelligence

For the past few years, global growth in wine and spirits consumption has been influenced by Asia, with China becoming a major driver for the global wine market shift. According to IWSR, China is expected to overtake the UK as the second most valuable still light wine market by 2020, with the category forecast to increase by 40% between 2016 and 2020, after the USA. 
As per the objectives of Project Khulisa and the Wine Industry Strategic Exercise (WISE), WOSA and SAWIS, in co-operation with WESGRO and the Western Cape Government will host a session to unpack this rapidly changing market and provide you with updates on the latest trends and insights on how to grow and harness its market potential. 

Time:   08:30 for 09:00am - 13:00pm
RSVP:  Tuesday, 10 October 2017

Registration will take place at 08h30 and the seminar will start at 09h00 until 12h30.

Franschoek Cellars, R45 Franschoek, Main Road
Date and Time
24 October 2017, 09:00