Sommeliers sample wine at the Ao Yun vineyards, located beneath the Meili mountain in Adong, in southwestern China's Yunnan province. Photo: AFP

Can China become the wine world’s next California?

  • The US state took 40 years to become one of the world’s great wine regions. China wants to do it in 10
Topic |   China innovators

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Sommeliers sample wine at the Ao Yun vineyards, located beneath the Meili mountain in Adong, in southwestern China's Yunnan province. Photo: AFP
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Meaghan Tobin

Meaghan Tobin

Meaghan Tobin has nearly a decade of experience spanning journalism and public policy in Washington, Taipei and Beijing. For the Post, she covers geopolitics, diplomacy and policy trends in Southeast Asia and the Pacific.