2015 The Lady Of Fashion
2017 The Manchu Bride
2018 The Manchu Bride
In 2004, Chris Ruffle built Denglong Winery, located in the Qiushan Valley in the Three Valleys of Penglai, adjacent to the Lafite Winery, the only
Baroque Rothschild in Asia invested in 2009, with a latitude of 37.6 degrees north, creating the 3S needed for grape growth. Sun, sand, sea.
The same production area, noble and not expensive, brews the most cost-effective wine, welcome friends to come to this collection. Qiushan Valley,
named after the mountains and rivers, is named after the Qiuqiu machine. It is located at the edge of Qiushan Lake and is 190 meters above sea
level. It forms a unique small regional climate. It is blessed with unique conditions to attract many international wineries.
From Australia's brewing technology and excellent management experience, from grape selection to yield control, combined with our leading
fermentation technology advantages and rich experience, we are dedicated to brewing high quality wines, which are more in line with the taste of
Chinese people, and the caps are The design is also simpler and more generous, easy to store and drink.
The winery follows the concept of_ "integration of knowing and doing" , determined to organically grow, control per mu, select grains, and produce
18 hectares (270 mu) of winery with a production capacity of "no more than 50,000 bottles".
In 2004, Chris Ruffle planted a vineyard on the granite slopes of Qiushan valley. He was followed in 2010 by Baron Rothschild, who established Lafite’s first ever vineyard in Asia as his neighbour. Qiushan, named after the famous Taoist monk Qiu Chuji whose temple lies in the vineyard, is on the North coast of the Shandong peninsula, the first mountain in from the sea. With a latitude of 37.6 degrees North, the area has plenty of sunshine. Fast draining soils and the marine influence protect the vineyard from excess rain and winter cold. Treaty Port vineyards, named after the nearby Treaty Ports of Chefoo (Yantai) and Dengzhou (Penglai), uses the latest Australian low-temperature fermentation techniques. All grapes are hand-harvested between September and early November. The 18ha (270mu) vineyard boasts 12 grape varietals and produces, on average, between 65 tons and 80 tons of grapes each year. The red, white and rose wine made from these grapes is designed to be fruity with low tannin, to accompany Chinese cuisine and suit Chinese tastes. You are welcome to visit the Scottish castle to try our wines or order through your local distributor.
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Mulangou Village, Daxindian, Penglai, China