2 LITTERED wine bottles are available for $2,500 online at a retail store in China.
The bottles are for the same succulent species that has become a symbol of the wine industry in China, and are intended to symbolize the quality of wine, as well as a symbol for the wines.
The bottles are labeled with a “spirit” reading that has the wine aged in oak barrels for up to 25 years.
The wine, named the “Frosted Wine Bottle succulent” in Mandarin, has been in the market for months and is now available for purchase.
The bottle will retail for $3,900.
It’s not the first succulent wine bottle to be in the Chinese wine industry.
Last year, the Chinese Wine Cellars and Wine Merchants Association (CWCMA) opened the first wine bottle facility in the country, which has now become the largest in the world.
Wines for sale in China are mostly aged in the vineyards, but a few years ago, wine production began in urban areas.
The Chinese wine market is now estimated to reach $4 trillion.
China is the second-largest wine producer in the entire world after Italy.
China produces about 75% of the world’s wine, and accounts for a fifth of the global wine market.