Hungarian sweet wines
Hungarian sweet wines are now being made available to all JD.com customers thanks to the Hungarian winery Grand Tokaj, who is recognized as a leading Chinese e-commerce giant. JD.com has made its welcome of Grand Tokaj a memorable event for all of its customers, which embraced the launch of the famous Hungarian Wines on its official launch day on JD.com in Later April of 2019. More than 400K of JD.com’s customers stopped by the launch to take advantage of the JD.com launch.
Grand Tokaj Makes First Foray into Chinese e-Commerce
This will be Grand Tokaj’s first initial attempt in the Chinese e-commerce market. JD.com is happy to work with Grand Tokaj and to assist them with many helpful marketing activities as well as place the stage for their full display of sweet Hungarian wines so that many JD.com customers will find an appealing presentation for the Grand Tokaj wines. JD.som will use its long standing market and data analysis to help Grand Tokaj to reach the JD.com customers who would find their Hungarian wines most appealing. JD.com will also make sure that these customers who order the Grand Tokaj wines will receive them the same or next day after their order has been processed.
Grand Tokaj is a well-respected winery in Hungary and is backed by the government; furthermore, Grand Tokaj is the oldest and most esteemed winery in the Tokaj-Hegyalja Wine Region. Grand Tokaj’s most sweet wines mature and age with a process that was perfected in 1630, like the “Tokaji Aszu” wine.
Grand Tokaj Well Embraced by JD.com Customers
The Grand Tokaj brand of wines has already been quickly and delightfully received by a host of JD.com customers the first days of its launch between April 17-22, where 1,000 of its signature Tokaji Aszu wine was quickly “snapped up” by JD.com’s enthusiastic wine connoisseurs; yes, all within the first 10 hours of the Grand Tokaj’s sweet Hungarian wines were made available. Grand Tokaj received more than 400,000 JD.com customers on its launch day. Only one other brand surpasses the fans of the Hungarian Grand Tokaj, which is the Baijiu giant Moutai.
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