China's wine market is growing rapidly - and investors from the "Middle Kingdom" are snapping up goods worldwide

Photo: Viticulture in China: long tradition, in terms of production, now it is in sixth place .
Photo: the three largest wineries – ChangYu, Great Wall/COFCO and Dynasty – share around half of the domestic market.
Photo: Li Demei: professor of oenology and wine growing from Beijing.
Photo: Grace Vineyards in the province of Shanxi.
Foto: Grace Vineyards in der Provinz Shanxi.
Photo: Harvest worker
Photo: Harvest worker
Photo: Chateau ChangYu-AFIP: a piece of Disneyland in Loire style.
Photo: ChangYu AFIP: wine cellar
Photo: ChangYu: no. 1 in the country with 100 million bottles produced annually.
Photo: Wen Jiabao

The Chinese wine regions are thousands of kilometres apart, strewn across the country

Photo: Dynasty Wines

"Big is Beautiful"

Photo: Chateau ChangYu-AFIP

At ProWein 2013, ChangYu will take part as an official exhibitor for the first time

Photo: Wine Tasting

Investors from China with sufficient capital are going on a buying tour