Wine company whose label design copies Penfolds is banned from exporting to China because it could 'cause harm to the reputation of all Australian grape products'
- Wine Australia has suspended Daleford Wines grape product exporting licence
- The Adelaide-based company is run by one person - Liu Shuyun from Broadview
- Daleford Wines was punished for being too similar to iconic wine label Penfolds
- The company allegedly copied Penfolds labels to earn profits in Chinese market
Penfolds is translated into 'Ben Fu' in Chinese, with the two characters meaning 'rush' and 'rich' respectively.