Made with Beichun grapes. Beichun is a medium-bodied wine with a garnet red colour. Strong wild berries on the nose with similar flavors on the palate with spicy notes of cinnamon. Beichin has a rounded and velvety structure. Overall, full and fruity, intermingled with refined spicy sensation.
Ready to drink now to 15 years
Beichun is a hybrid between wild grapes from Jilin Province in China and muscat from Xinjiang. Unique variety with high sugar levels only grown in Xinjiang. A full-bodied yet elegant wine in most vintages, with strong scent of strawberry and floral note, particularly rose. The wine is exquisitely sumptuous aroma with strong tannins.
Award: Berlin International Wine Competition 2017 Bronze Winner
About Puchang: - Approximately 67 hectares, with annual production of 130,000-150,000 bottles of wine - Organic certifications from ECOCERT, chemical free to produce premium qualtiy wines with low level of sulphites - Irrigation from ancient source - water from Tian Shan Moutain - Combination of Traditional and Modern wine-making methods