Educating Sommeliers Worldwide.
By Beverage Trade Network
On this 4th Episode of the Wine Whiskey Weed Show Podcast, Sid Patel, CEO, Beverage Trade Network converses with Marcus Ford, Asia Market Manager at Wines of South Africa Limited in China.
Marcus dissect the South African wine exports industry while giving you tips to prepare you before entering such a unique wine market like China. He believes China will become the most important wine importer in the coming 5-15 years.
Marcus Ford has the passion for wine and the patience to having become an expert of the Chinese wine industry. Hear him speak to Sid while laying down massive opportunities and pot holes towards building your wines business in China!
***About the Organisers: Beverage Trade Network***
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