With the coronavirus spreading fast globally, the remainder of 2020 is only going to get worse for wine sellers, according to Rabobank’s senior wine industry analyst Hayden Higgins. Photo: ShutterstockWith the coronavirus spreading fast globally, the remainder of 2020 is only going to get worse for wine sellers, according to Rabobank’s senior wine industry analyst Hayden Higgins. Photo: Shutterstock
With the coronavirus spreading fast globally, the remainder of 2020 is only going to get worse for wine sellers, according to Rabobank’s senior wine industry analyst Hayden Higgins. Photo: Shutterstock

Coronavirus: China’s appetite for Australian wine cools as outbreak saps demand

  • Wine sales between China and Australia have been hit hard by the pandemic, with well-known Australian winemaker Penfolds offering large discounts
  • Other retail businesses which count on Chinese tourists and retail consumers have also been forced to close retail stores

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
With the coronavirus spreading fast globally, the remainder of 2020 is only going to get worse for wine sellers, according to Rabobank’s senior wine industry analyst Hayden Higgins. Photo: ShutterstockWith the coronavirus spreading fast globally, the remainder of 2020 is only going to get worse for wine sellers, according to Rabobank’s senior wine industry analyst Hayden Higgins. Photo: Shutterstock
With the coronavirus spreading fast globally, the remainder of 2020 is only going to get worse for wine sellers, according to Rabobank’s senior wine industry analyst Hayden Higgins. Photo: Shutterstock
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