Friday, 28 May 2010

BINGE Hong Kong - A toast to China-made wine!

Ever heard of wine grown and bottled in China? 

The next time you browse the wine section, look out for a brand called Dynasty, a Chinese wine label that is set to go international in a big way. The brand has a 30 year award-winning history and is a joint venture with Remy Cointreau. They are already leaders in China’s wine industry with world-class advanced wine-making equipment, engaging new processes and technologies.

They made their debut at the recent VINEXPO held in Hong Kong and if you see them on shelves, you might want to bag their Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve 2005 which is a dry red harvested from the ripest Cabernet Sauvignon grapes with raspberry, black cherry and blackcurrant notes or the Muscat Sparkling Wine harvested from one of the best Muscat vineyards in China, Hangu Vineyard in Tianjin. I personally like the sound of their 5-star Icewine Reserve, made from naturally frozen Vidal grapes growing beside Henglong Lake in Wunushan. 

Not sure about the resplendently gold lame dresses on the models but I guess, it is in total keeping with the Chinese notion of a luxurious golden start! If you have got over your fear of China-made products, pick up a bottle today! Girls not included, of course!  

- Elaine


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