Dynasty Fine Wines Showcasing Classic Chinese 'Wisemenship Wine Collection' at VINEXPO Asia-Pacific 2014
(Hong Kong, May 12, 2014) C China’s leading premium winemaker Dynasty Fine Wines is premiering a unique tribute to traditional Chinese culture, the Wisemenship Wine Collection, at VINEXPO Asia-Pacific 2014 from May 27-29 at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre.
The collection of four superlative vintages is named after the Four Gentlemen, also known as the Four Noble Ones, of ancient Chinese folklore.
Depicted as four plants C the orchid (Elegantia), bamboo (Modesta), chrysanthemum (Ravissantia) and plum blossom (Fiera) C they represent the admirable qualities of character and refined skills in traditional Chinese scholarship, now replicated in China’s finest wines today.
The premium collection is launched especially to target the corporate market at VINEXPO Asia-Pacific 2014.
Among the four featured wines, Fiera is an off-dry blend of Muscat and mixed Italian Riesling with a touch of Chardonnay, with a delightful pale gold colour and refreshing aromas of rose, citrus and tropical fruits.
Elegantia is a premium Merlot made from an international blend of the grape variety, matured in oak for a glossy dark ruby colour, with a fascinating aroma of violet with cherry and blackberry, and complex sweetness.
Modesta is a similarly dry Merlot matured in French oak, with an elegant ruby colour and delightfully sweet aroma of blackberry, coffee, grilled meat and cream.
Completing the collection, Ravissantia is a full-bodied Cabernet Sauvignon, mature in French oak for 18 months for a pleasant dark ruby hue and fruity taste of red berries, black cherries and mulberries. With a full body, it also exudes a hint of sweet pepper and eucalyptus withy strong aromas of clove, cinnamon and liquorice from the white oak.
“On our 34th anniversary, we look forward to unveiling this classic collection alongside our best premium wines to the international market at VINEXPO Asia-Pacific 2014, sharing the fruit of our dedication to excellence,” said Mr Hao Feifei, Chairman and Executive Director of Dynasty Fine Wines Group Limited.
Dynasty produces and exports some of China’s finest wines in a joint venture with France’s Remy Cointreau. Headquartered at Chateau Dynasty in Tianjin, the groups also works with a number of world renowned wineries from France, New Zealand and Spain importing their luxury wines to China, marketed through Dynasty Fine Wines’ expanding distribution network.
Dynasty last year collected three top awards at the “2013 Cathay Pacific Hong Kong International Wine & Spirit Competition” including the most prestigious “Best Wine from China Trophy”, from more than 1,800 wine entries representing over 30 Chinese wine regions.
Underscoring the widespread awareness of Dynasty’s brand in Greater China, it was also the only winemaker to collect a Gold Award in metroBox magazine’s “2014 Prime Awards for the Best Brand Enterprise in Great China.”
About Dynasty Fine Wines Group Limited
Dynasty Fine Wines Group Limited is the premier winemaker in the People’s Republic of China. Established in 1980 as a joint venture with Remy Cointreau, its award-winning history is a remarkable reflection of the proud traditions and state-of-the-art expertise of Remy Cointreau, one of the world’s leading wine and spirits operators. Dynasty takes the lead in China’s wine industry, introducing world-class advanced wine-making equipment, new processes and technologies.
Capturing the robust growth potential of the Chinese wine market, Dynasty produces a diverse range of wine and spirits, from high-end traditional vintage wines to reasonably-priced wines targeted at young and supplicated customers. With more than 100 wines within five main product categories C red wines, white wines, sparkling wines, brandy and icewines C Dynasty’s diversified wine portfolio caters to a range of consumer tastes and preferences.
2010 marked the grand opening of Chateau Dynasty. This European-style wine chateau is the largest in Asia, showcasing the world’s top wines with an underground ‘cellar’ museum presenting the history of wine and winemaking.