More than 3,000 litres of wine from Penfolds and nearly 20,000 litres from a second Australian winery, Badger’s Brook Estate, were detained at Chinese ports last month as an import ban continues to hit Australian products, the latest Chinese customs data shows.Some 675 litres of the 2018 Penfolds Bin 128 red wine and 2,700 litres of Penfolds Bin 28 from the same vintage were stopped by Shenzhen customs last month due to poor labelling.In Chongqing, a municipality in southwest China, a variety…



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