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

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  • Marechal Foch

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

  • Merlot

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

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

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

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    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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  • Also this from Wine-Searcher:But, "there are much more upmarket copies, ... and can be found online in China.This Vandevoorde?  Well, he was the head of Le Baron Importers, and was the first to say there were more 1982 Lafites in China than were ever produced.  In what publication?  Le Figaro, a real French newspaper that checks its sources. H... Read More

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  • Sadly this post seems, for me, to have lost its way. The focus was this Mugnier ... stamps and labels came from China, and yes there were a few typical Chinese typos but the vast majority were ok. One other point. When a label production run is completed in China, is is common for the customer to collect the stamps from the printer. This explai... Read More

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  • From wine-searcher's article on Australian wine companies operating in China:"Wine forgeries are helped by an industry of importers, distributors and bottle scavengers who on-sell empty premium wine bottles to be copied or re-used. Wine Australia marketing general manager Stuart Barclay confirmed high-end wine labels were smashing their bottles,... Read More

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  • Some other points that may, perhaps, be of general interest: most counterfeit ... originate from Shenzhen in China. Obtaining counterfeits from a wine label printer in most western countries is not so easy as most would not welcome the penalties, or a criminal record, if caught.   Chinese quality has, in general, exponentially increased in rec... Read More

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  • Unfortunately it's not just my office. It's all around the place, with ... ... and Yue in India and China. Many old names for it where you live, the most common theme through them being The Cold Moon (or The Moon Before Yule) for the First Nations or the first European settlers, since the photo was taken in December. And though not asked, it ... Read More

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  • Although not technically a wine, I am posting a few pictures from our Gin ... ... DC.  First we dined at China Chilanio, a fusion between Dim Sum, Peruivan and Chinese cuisines and then we walked over to the Gin tasting class and had a good time.  At the restaurant we had a gin and tonic, along with several Dim Sum dishes that had real gold le... Read More

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  • Z - not tangential to wine!  Torres in Spain is buying land high up in the ... ... paper. We send a lot to China and they've threatened to refuse any more unless we can get the plastic levels down.Coincidentally I was listening to the radio last weekend and they were interviewing the president of Waste Management and he talked directly to this... Read More

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  • Interesting article JD but I'm not sure he doesn't jump to conclusions too fast. China's economy is slowing but not stopping. They still need a lot of investment in infrastructure, etc.and they've pretty much refused to accept the argument that they shouldn't pollute streams, air, and oceans for the good of humanity. The problem is that the good... Read More

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  • Well, I agree with you D - I don't buy into the sweet vs bitter thing. I ... ... Jamaica, Haiti, Ecuador, China and elsewhere sure don't seem to mind sweet wines in my experience.Infants around the world demonstrate a marked preference for sweetness in their earliest days. Salt doesn't seem to interest them one way or another, and they reject ... Read More

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  • Vinegar also helps, and you can then wash your mouth out with water before ... ... ... why meals in SE Asia, SW China, India, etc. have vinegared dishes paired with the capsaicin blasting-cap stirfries and stews. Yoghurt, too, as an alternative to milk that wants to replace wine or other alcoholic beverage. Both the vinegar and yoghurt also he... Read More

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