Rise in Demand for Wine from Chinese Women

According to a study from a “Big Data” company based in Shanghai, Chinese women are now playing a big part in online wine and spirits sales, particularly during the global pandemic, when sales have gone up significantly.

Cabernet sauvignon, syrah, merlot, and pinot noir are among the most in-demand grape varieties for Chinese consumers.

Rising demand for wine among Chinese women

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