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The wine Iam looking for has the name like -Luocbeng Wild  on the label.

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  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

  • Merlot

    The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...

  • Marechal Foch

    Marechal Foch (aka. Foch, Kuhlmann 188-2) is a vigorous, early-ripening variety, with good winter hardiness. It is we...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

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  • Was kindof expecting to hear more from people who'd traveled to/worked in China... And as a further segue away from wine, for those people who think about parallels between now and the 1920s/30s in East Asia while sipping a glass or two, here's an interesting article out of Oz via the Huffington Post.  Read More

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  • I'm sorry but I draw the line on California. Chardonnay at $50. Besides, ... is just overblown for me. China is finding that. Cali wine is cheap in contrast to what they have been spending on Bordeaux. Prices will only go up. Unfortunately.That's why I have to keep searching for diamonds in the rough such as this 1L of Tendu White Blend I pick... Read More

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  • Trust me, Greg, unless you're the kind of person who believes any and ... marketing hype, China will not have good wine for a very long while. Didn't you see my posts in that thread on the subject? The land is literally poisoned with heavy metals, air pollution darkening the sky on a regular basis, and even with overseas consultants they won't ... Read More

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  • A big trend in Oz wine now is global warming and planting more Mediterranean ... and wine making expertise to China.  As their middle class start buying wine for "face"- the icons like Grange and HOG (Henschke's Hill of Grace) get priced to ever higher levels a la Bordeaux and Burgundy, although the Bordeaux bubble appears to have burst with t... Read More

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  • Yeah but WO, aren't the prices of HOG and Grange partly due to the ... is ... is the production of wine in China. They're already one of the largest producers and eventually they'll figure out something good and given that every industry seems to have government backing, I think the wine world is poised for a real disturbanc Read More

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  • Grange is great, however I have been lucky enough to attend tastings where it ... ... wine after the UK,US and China. Those prices are cheaper than in Australia because of the WET Tax (Wine Equalisation Tax which is 29% of wholesale value) That Torbreck The Steading that I suggested may well be a lot cheaper in Canada than I thought. Another o... Read More

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  • "I don't particularly like Chrome and I don't trust Google not to ... I view them as a bull in a china shop. Until someone reigns them in (as with their copying all the books on the planet without permission a few years back) they'll push beyond all current barriers of behavior and common sense whenever their tech allows them too. Too harsh? M... Read More

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  • OK, sit up and listen, China's getting serious about air pollution!  They announced yesterday that somehow-somewhere-sometime they'd take their oldest (and most polluting) 5million vehicles off the road. Knowing China and the Chinese and what those vehicles mean to their owners, that would be a Chinese firedrill, or at least like herding cats, t... Read More

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  • A lot your garlic comes from China.  Read packaging or ask the grocer.  Ditto other "perishables." A friend of mine is a pretty well known writer.  (Actually, a few of my friends fit that, but this one in particular...)  He used to write for the NY Times and is good friends with one of their writers in China who was banished from the country las... Read More

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  • "I have not been back to China since a lengthy visit prior to the changes instituted by the once disgraced Deng Xiaoping (you can do the math).  The idea of a bustling wine industry such as currently exists in Hebei Province was nothing short of  apipe dream at the time of Mao's death in 1976."(Disclaimer here: I couldn't read the OP's article, ... Read More

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