Ningxia, China

Shangri-La

Ao Yun Cabernet Sauvignon Cabernet Franc 2014

Soft on the nose while it tasted a bit of vegetal capsicum. Hopefully, this will turn differently in many years to come as it lacks intensity. — 4 months ago

Eric liked this

Silver Heights

Family Reserve Ningxia Red Blend 2014

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8.9

Very well done, probably the best wine I had from China ever, please keep in mind that my experience is limited, well balanced, lots of black fruits, wood, earth, medium to full body, good acidity, well integrated tannins and a long balanced finish. My score 88+, drink to 2023 — 2 years ago

Trixie, Alex and 9 others liked this

Kweichow Moutai Co., LTD.

Kweichow Moutai Liqueur

It has been too long till I last had his beauty. An acquired taste for sure but one of the great liquors of the world. — a month ago

Jiabeilan

Reserve Red Bordeaux Blend 2009

在国产里面应该是不错的了,不过10年感觉已经到了适饮的尾巴,再不喝就要变醋了 — 10 months ago

Château Bolongbao

Chardonnay 2015

29% Petit Mensang
27% Viognier
23% Chardonnay
21% Roussanne
— 2 years ago

Ira, P and 3 others liked this

Great Wall

Cabernet Sauvignon

This is Cabernet Sauvignon by Great Wall (China) — a month ago

George, Elena and 1 other liked this

Moët Hennessy

Ao Yun Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

Drank it blind .... before knowing the producer I thought it was a 1st or 2nd cru left bank in the 2012 vintage. I also thought briefly that it could be a Cheval Blanc. Wow good juice with silky tannins a very very pure fruit on blackcurrant and on the nose the cab franc stands out a lot. At the unveiling very surprised but the price becomes a big problem. Glad to have tried it anyway and it removes a prejudice I had for Chinese wines. — 9 months ago

Josh, David and 5 others liked this
Francis le cave

Francis le cave

Wow, j'aurais aimé me faire servir ça a à l'aveugle pour voir comment j'aurais réagi. Le prix est juste indécent...

Changyu

Riesling Blend

An excellent Riesling! If you were suspicious about NZ whites 20 years ago, well, life is a journey, full of discoveries, and China is a rather big country. hell, good food demands great wines. The rest is eurocentism and, worse, Porterism for wines. We had a blast! This Riesling (not a blend) is fresh, fruity, bright, balanced, fun, v drinkable w/o any undesirable aftertastes and leaving your head okay the morning after. A friend brought it from London, a 2017 harvest, and boy, were we suspicious? Then again: Coming from a 19th vineyard - how would they not know their thing? It‘s us not knowing their wines! — 2 years ago