Chinese wine - tasting notes and some comment
14 Mar 2008 by JR
See also, Will China ever be a serious wine producer ? While in China nearly two weeks ago I seized every opportunity to taste Chinese wine, or at least the wine sold as Chinese wine. I was particularly fortunate that purple pager Marcus Ford, who buys wine for the restaurant M on the Bund, one of the very first of Shanghai’s new wave (now an ocean) of smart restaurants, offered to set up a blind tasting for me. He and tasting buddies Fongyee Walker and Edward Ragg of Beijing wine consultants Dragon Phoenix Fine Wine Consulting ( www.longfengwines.com ), fellow wine educator Simon Tam of Shanghai’s...

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