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May 30, 2022 View:

Ningxia's Chateau Zhang Yu Mosel XV wines to debut in Italy

According to the Italian wine news website winenews, Zhang Yu Chateau Mosel XV wines from Ningxia, China, will make their debut in Italy on October 6.

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This is a winery in Ningxia, an important wine region in China, where Zhang Yu, the largest Chinese wine producer, in partnership with Ross Mosel, a well-known Austrian winemaking family, focuses on the production of high-end wines that are already on the tables of some European countries, according to the report. Now it will be introduced for the first time in Italy by the Meregalli Group, one of the longest-established Italian distributors of fine wines, where the prestigious wines made in China will henceforth also have a place.

The Meregalli Group, founded in 1856 and headquartered in the northern Italian city of Monza, is now managed by the fifth generation of the Meregalli family and sells 1,700 kinds of fine wines from all over the world, including wines, champagnes, spirits and liqueurs, with a logistics center of 13,000 square meters of storage space and more than 3 million bottles shipped annually. The Meregalli Group also has subsidiaries in France, Switzerland and Monaco.

Located in the eastern foothills of Helan Mountain, Ningxia Zhangyu Chateau Mosel XV has exported to 38 countries around the world, including the UK, Germany, Austria, France, Belgium, Switzerland, Denmark, Ireland, Portugal and other European countries, as well as two Michelin three-star restaurants, two Michelin two-star restaurants and one Michelin one-star restaurant. In the past two years, a number of wines produced by Ningxia Zhangyu Chateau Mosel XV have won gold medals at the Mundus Vini World Wine Competition in Germany, the Decanter World Wine Competition in the UK, the Brussels Wine Competition, the Berlin Wine Competition and other important events, among which, the 2015 Ningxia Zhangyu Chateau Mosel XV dry red won the Grand Gold Medal at the 2019 Mundus Vini World Wine Competition won the Grand Gold Medal and was named the best Chinese wine, which is the first time a Chinese wine has won this award at the Mundus Vini World Wine Competition.