Wine Australia in association with the Australian Embassy in Mexico, Australian Trade Commission and Wine Spoor, last month hosted the single biggest tasting of Australian wine in Mexico.
A lift in demand for premium wines has helped boost Australia's wine exports for the first time since 2007.
Australian winemakers are predicting significant growth in wine sales to China following the removal of tariffs.
With economic conditions now relatively favourable for exporting, more Australian companies are looking overseas to grow their businesses.
Australia has seen a small rise in its wine exports in the year ended September 2014, highlighted by a 6 percent growth in average value of bottled wine.
Wine Australia has certified two Australian-based Chinese language educators to help cultivate a love and appreciation of Australian wine among Chinese trade and consumers.
The average value of wine exports continued to rise in the year ended June 2014, driven by an increase in exports of premium Australian wines in key markets.
Twenty of Australia’s top wine producers are raising their glasses after another successful Vinexpo Asia-Pacific show in Hong Kong.
Wine buyers in China are getting more discerning about how and where they buy their favourite drop.
China’s love affair with popular Bordeaux wines is on the wane.