Puchang Beichun Red 2015

Winery: Puchang vineyard
Country: China
Region: Others
Body: Full
Varietal: Other red varietals

Country: China (Xinjiang, Turpan Valley)

The Puchang Beichun Red is made from the Beichun grape. Beichun is a Chinese hybrid grape created in the 1950’s in an attempt to find a grape that could survive the extreme cold of a Chinese winter. It is a cross between one of the wild mountain grapes, Vitis Amurensis from Jilin Province, north of North Korea, and Muscat Hamburg.

The Puchang Beichun Red has a deep ruby colour with a light purple hue. On the nose, attractive aromas abound with red fruits and rose petals, followed by vanilla and cinnamon spice. The Puchang Beichun Red has a silky and consistent texture with notes of ripe red fruit, dried raspberry, and a touch of wolfberries. The finish is soft with well-balanced acidity. The wine is ready to drink now and up to 15 years.

Certified Organic wine.


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