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May 30, 2022 View:

Ningxia Hongshibao wine wins the Grand Gold Medal of the International Wine Grand Prix of Brussels, Belgium

Recently, the 27th International Wine Grand Prix of Brussels, Belgium, known as the Oscars of the wine world, ended in Brno, Czech Republic. With at least 250 sample wines from 80 companies, Chinese wines won 100 medals at this year's event, of which Ningxia Hongsiabao wines won the Grand Gold Medal and became the star product of the competition.

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Wuzhong City, Hongsi Fort District is located in the eastern foothills of Helan Mountain wine grape planting gold zone. In recent years, the red temple fort wine grape planting scale is expanding, the planting area reached 106,000 mu, registered 28 wine enterprises, has been completed and put into operation 18 wineries (factories), the annual processing capacity of 35,000 tons, annual output of 8 million bottles of finished wine, the output value of 400 million yuan.

Growing scale continues to expand, the quality of wine produced by the Red Temple Fort also continue to improve. It is understood that the Red Temple Fort wine region has won the Brussels Grand Gold Medal for four consecutive years, and 87 wines from a number of local wine enterprises have won 115 awards in recent years in international and domestic competitions such as the Heilan Mountain East International Wine Grand Prix, the French Paris Pinotage Wine Challenge and the Asian Wine Grand Prix.

As one of the three major wine events in the world, the International Wine Grand Prix of Brussels, Belgium, with its large scale, many samples and wide sources of judges, has a high international influence and is known as the Oscar of the wine world. It is reported that the 28th International Wine Grand Prix of Brussels, Belgium will be held in Yinchuan, the capital of Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, in late May next year, which is the second time the Grand Prix has come out of Europe after it was held in Haidian, Beijing in 2018. At that time, nearly 400 judges from 50 countries and regions around the world will carry out a three-day quality assessment of nearly 10,000 wines.