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Rongzi Pinot Noir

Rongzi Pinot Noir

Character: Medium-bodied

Varietal: Pinot Noir

ABV: 13.0%

Regular price £17.50
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Rongzi Winery is in Shanxi province, in central northern China. Vines are grown at 1000m above sea level on the world’s largest loess plateau. The winemaking here is overseen by Jean-Claude Berrouet, previously winemaker at Château Pétrus.

Tasting Notes

"Bright and attractive ruby red colour. Aromas of fresh strawberry and red cherry with a hint of black pepper and cloves on the nose. A refreshingly fruity wine, smooth and well balanced."

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About this wine/region/producer

Most of China’s vineyards lie just north of the Yangtze river. Around 80 per cent of China’s wine growers overall are dedicated to bordeaux-style red wines, and cabernet sauvignon is the predominant grape (China has the largest planting area of cabernet sauvignon vines in the world). You’ll also find pinot noir, muscat hamburg, and grape crossbreeds – made when growers deliberately cross two grape species – such as marselan, a blend of cabernet sauvignon and grenache.