Maximin Grünhaus, named Germany’s Winemaker of the Year has just entered their products into the China Wine Awards Best Value 2013. Known as German wine royalty, they regularly receive European awards, but are keen to see the reaction in the fastest growing market in the world at the biggest and most prestigious competition – which is judged by professional buyers. Other China Wine Awards entrants from Germany include Weingut Gehring and Sommeracher Katzenkop Trockenbeerenauslese. Germany is determined to catch up with other wine producing countries who are seeing commercial success with their exports to China. ‘China will soon be the most significant wine market in Asia even ahead of Japan’ reported the Deutsche Wine Institute.
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