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Chinese wines and spirits to check out

Made-in-China might be slowly shedding its unsavoury reputation – for some liquors at least.

  • Grace Vineyard Deep Blue
     

    Grace Vineyard Deep Blue

    One of the leading family-owned wineries in China, Grace Vineyard shocked the wine world by creating delectable blends in an unlikely area: Shanxi, a place known for its coal-mining industry and high air pollution rates. They enlisted French wine scholar Denis Boubals, who managed to achieve Bordeaux-like draining soil in Taigu County. The winery proved its success with the Deep Blue in February 2018 - a Bordeaux blend with concentrated cassis notes, and hints of vanilla and spice.

    Priced at S$75 from alh.com.sg

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A version of this article was originally published in The Business Times.