Lenz Moser, chief winemaker at Chateau Changyu Moser XV, sorts through harvest grapes. Photo: Changyu Moser Lenz Moser, chief winemaker at Chateau Changyu Moser XV, sorts through harvest grapes. Photo: Changyu Moser
Lenz Moser, chief winemaker at Chateau Changyu Moser XV, sorts through harvest grapes. Photo: Changyu Moser

Why China’s biodynamic wines are gaining a cult following at home and are loved by connoisseurs from Europe and Japan

Sustainable farming practices that use natural materials, soils and composts are taking root in the Ningxia region, thanks to the arrival of European and Western-educated Chinese winemakers

Topic |   Wine and Spirits
Lenz Moser, chief winemaker at Chateau Changyu Moser XV, sorts through harvest grapes. Photo: Changyu Moser Lenz Moser, chief winemaker at Chateau Changyu Moser XV, sorts through harvest grapes. Photo: Changyu Moser
Lenz Moser, chief winemaker at Chateau Changyu Moser XV, sorts through harvest grapes. Photo: Changyu Moser
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