A farmer harvests grapes at the Ao Yun vineyard, where Moet Hennessy is out to prove that China can produce great wines. Photo: AFP A farmer harvests grapes at the Ao Yun vineyard, where Moet Hennessy is out to prove that China can produce great wines. Photo: AFP
A farmer harvests grapes at the Ao Yun vineyard, where Moet Hennessy is out to prove that China can produce great wines. Photo: AFP
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China’s sweet spot above the clouds woos wine lovers of the world

  • In the Himalayan foothills farmers sing traditional songs as they harvest grapes
  • Luxury brand sets out to prove that great wines can be made in China

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A farmer harvests grapes at the Ao Yun vineyard, where Moet Hennessy is out to prove that China can produce great wines. Photo: AFP A farmer harvests grapes at the Ao Yun vineyard, where Moet Hennessy is out to prove that China can produce great wines. Photo: AFP
A farmer harvests grapes at the Ao Yun vineyard, where Moet Hennessy is out to prove that China can produce great wines. Photo: AFP
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