China dominates virtually every sector of the global product markets. Yet one of the few exceptions to date is wine. Much like the West China is looking to develop and enhance its agricultural regions. Its aim is to bring prosperity to the rural population and claim its own share for the rapidly growing market for luxury items such as wine. But will this succeed? The biggest wine factory in the world is found in China. In the past China's wine market was dominated by brands such as Great Wall or Chang Yu. But Chinese wine is now set to undergo a radical change. Over the last decade, investment and Western know-how has poured into many different regions. Chinese wines reputation has vastly improved, winning nine international awards last year.