According to the Haikou Industry and Commerce Department, they detained imported wines which were RMB100,000 in value. 

In China, imported wines with no identification in Chinese language are considered to be illegal and are suspected to be contraband of import.
 
The Industry and Commerce Department remind consumers that when buying imported wine, they should check if there is a tag in Chinses language on the opposite site of the wine bottle. If there is no Chinses tag, it probably contraband, or even not imported at all. Consumers have right to ask for proves or related documents. 
 
SOURCE: wines-info.com

 
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