China is cultivating a new tradition in winemaking. Photo: Kanaan Winery
China is cultivating a new tradition in winemaking. Photo: Kanaan Winery

How good is Chinese wine? It can’t compete with Old World grapes from France, Italy or Spain – yet – but give it 10 years …

  • Great Wall’s merlot/cabernet sauvignon blend has won awards while critics rave about Ningxia-based Changyu Pioneer-Moser XV’s Bordeaux style grapes
  • Grown in the foothills of the Himalayas, Moët Hennessy’s Ao Yun wine earned a score of 96, with Shandong-based Chateau Lafite’s Long Dai just two points behind

China is cultivating a new tradition in winemaking. Photo: Kanaan Winery
China is cultivating a new tradition in winemaking. Photo: Kanaan Winery
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