CHINA: Moët Hennessy to produce red wine in China

By Chris Mercer | 23 February 2012

Moët Hennessy has signed a joint-veture deal to produce a high-end red wine inside China.

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Moët Hennessy has signed a joint-veture deal to produce a high-end red wine inside China.

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