Recently in the wine circle, the discussion of domestic wine is getting higher and higher, whether it is before the national leaders went to inspect Ningxia, or now domestic wine is winning more and more awards in the international arena, which seems to indicate the very bright future of domestic wine.
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Of course, it is undeniable that our domestic wine is still relatively shallow compared to those foreign regions and famous wineries that are often hundreds of years old, and do not have such deep roots. The time, money and labor costs required to build a winery from scratch are far more than the average person can imagine. But it is obvious to all that in recent years, the quality of domestic wine is indeed getting higher and higher, and the international reputation is also getting higher.
The Wine Advocate (WA), founded by Parker, published a feature on Chinese wines in the last few days, in which WA tasted and scored 112 Chinese wines (including the same vintage), including 16 wineries from Hebei, Ningxia, Shandong, Shanxi, Xinjiang, Yunnan and other places.
There were 84 red wines, 25 white wines (including 3 sweet whites) and 3 rosé wines. Sixty-four of these wines scored 90 points and above, with nine of them scoring 94 points in the top tier.
For a complete list and ratings, please see the following chart.