On Chinese investment in Australian agriculture…
At the wine tasting room of Taylors Wines in Sydney, Australia, bottles are uncorked, poured, swished, sniffed and sipped. There’s a lot for employees to toast this year.
“The Australian wine sector is growing at a fast rate,” says Mitchell Taylor, the winery’s managing director. “And what is exciting is the top level, about 20 to 30 dollars a bottle and above, that segment is growing at 53 percent.”
That’s thanks, in part, to China.
Read on at The Salt.