Though China lays claim to 2,000 years of enology, domestic wineries are only just beginning to take off. With advanced barrels and imported vines, a new generation of wine-makers battles the production costs and “Made in China” stigma that prevent high-end domestic wines from making a bigger splash. From the vineyard to the cellar to the nation’s tables, we look at what it takes for Chinese vintage to fully mature.
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