Italy wine producers look to China wine market
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Because of the economic crisis and changing consumer habits, wine-drinking in Italy has reached record lows, according to a report by the countries main farmer's association.

Consumption in traditional wine-producing countries, including France and Spain, is also on the same downward trend.

Italian wine producers will need to look to overseas sales as domestic consumption continues to fall. therefore, many wine producers now aiming China wine market. Because the wine market in China is burgeoning and rising. With the largest populartion in the world and the flouring wine market, China become Italy, Spain and France wineries' best choice. 

The upcoming Vinexpo China 2013 goes with the trend, aiming to provide international wine producers the most professional platform and help their products get a high exposure during, before & after the 3-day tradeshow. Vinexpo China 2013 is experienced in hosting professional exhibitions, which will asure you get terrific service.

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