China vineyard Helan Mountain near Yinchuan sees bright future

China vineyard Helan Mountain near Yinchuan sees bright future | Commodities Market & Business 


In the desert sands of central China, the first sprouts of a potential giant is emerging.

The Chinese wine industry is slowly gaining a foothold in a domestic market that has, until now, been dominated by foreign wine.
But with more affluent Chinese consumers turning to wine, the future looks rosé for both Chinese and Australian wine producers.
Much of China’s local wine is emerging from Ningxia Province, which sits in the geographical centre of China.
With sandy soils, a mild climate, 200mm annual rainfall but access to irrigation, and abundant sunshine, the region has been found to be excellent for growing both white and red grape varieties. Read More


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