China has slapped import tariffs of between 107% and 212% on Australian wines from this weekend, as part of a tense – and growing – trade war between the countries, while at the same time also banning exports from some Australian beef facilities, launching a crackdown on coal imports from that country, and imposed an 80% tariff on Australian barley. This, Business Insider reports, could have some profound implications for South African exporters, as currently, only one percent of Chinese wine imports are from South Africa.