Results for query "Changyu"

Results for query "Changyu"

ASC to spearhead ‘everyday Bordeaux’ push with Grand Bateau ASC Fine Wines has made a push for 'everyday Bordeaux' wine in China's lower tier cities with the 'Grand Bateau' label, which will be distributed through Changyu Pioneer Wine Company, the wine merchant has announced.Vinexpo appoints new CEO April 3rd, 2019 Chateau de Cadillac-en-Fronsadais sold to Chinese investor April 2nd, 2019 Bordeaux 2018: Measuring the value of en primeur April 1st, 2019 En Primeur: 2011-2017 reports March 29th, 2019 ‘Drinking cellar’ to go on sale in NYC March 28th, 2019 Bordeaux 2018: What market awaits?

ASC to spearhead ‘everyday Bordeaux’ push with Grand Bateau ASC Fine Wines has made a push for 'everyday Bordeaux' wine in China's lower tier cities with the 'Grand Bateau' label, which will be distributed through Changyu Pioneer Wine Company, the wine merchant has announced.The World Vodka Masters 2019 – Asia: results Vodka, the neutral white spirit, may have suffered tepid demand in recent years, following mass marketed flavoured concoctions and gimmicks.

Chinese wine brand Noble Dragon beat some of the biggest names in the wine business at a blind tasting at ProWein in Düsseldorf last month.The big reveal: some of the largest wine brands in the business featured in the comparative tasting The event, which featured nine other global wine brands in a blind tasting alongside Noble Dragon, was staged on the Château Changyu stand at ProWein on Sunday 17 March.

According to the results that were released after the tasting, three of the judges gave Changyu Noble Dragon a score of more than 90 points.According to the results, I must say that Changyu Noble Dragon performed very well.

6th June, 2019 by Lucy Shaw China’s oldest and largest wine producer, Changyu, is in the process of converting its 250-hectate Château Changyu Moser XV estate in Ningxia to biodynamic viticulture.Château Changyu Moser XV in Ningxia is converting to biodynamic viticulture Speaking to db in London this week, Changyu’s chief winemaker, Lenz Moser, said the company hopes to be certified biodynamic in three years.
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