The Slow Wine guide extends its reach to China in 2022, a fascinating country who wine-growing industry is growing rapidly. This growth is little-known in the West, but our movement has decided to get to know it better with a dedicated guide: Slow Wine China, curated by Chinese wine journalist Lan Liu.
The guide reviews over 50 wineries, selected with care in accordance with the the Slow Food philosophy of good, clean and fair. It’s a unique chance for enthusiasts at the Slow Wine Fair, who’ll be able to dive headfirst into an enormous and as yet unknown world, so one day you’ll be able to say, “The presentation of the first Slow Wine China guide? I was there!”
We’ll be accompanied in this tasting by the guide’s curator, Lan Liu, who has selected eight labels from as many wineries featured in the guide.
- Tiansai vineyard, Gobi Grand Reserve Marselan Dry Red Wine 2017
- Domaine Franco-Chinois, DFC Petit Manseng 2016
- Kanaan Winery, Kanaan Riesling 2019
- Silver Heights, The Summit 2018
- Chateau Nine Peaks, Cabernet Gernischt Tsingtao Collection 2019
- Puchang Winery, Saperavi Reserve 2016
- Helan Qingxue Vineyard, Jiabeilan Reserve 2017
- Martin Vineyard, Dragon Eye 2018
This masterclass is open to enthusiasts and industry professional with a general access ticket to Sana Slow Wine Fair, available here.
Event languages: IT, EN
Viale della Fiera, 20 - Bologna (Italy)