China’s 10 best selling wines online

3. Château de la Grange 2009

LegrangeNot to be confused with Château Lagrange of of Saint Julien, Château de la Grange is from the Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux AOC, and has a vineyard area of 12 hectares.

It is made up of 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, and while this gives it a full body and soft tannins, it is the wine label that really draws consumers’ attention – more than 25% of reviewers remarked positively about the uniqueness of the wine’s appearance.

Price on Wangjiu: ¥525.00 (£56)

Wangjiu customer reviews:
“A Classic Bordeaux with an interesting and creative wine label that’s much more modern in comparison with other Bordeaux wines.”
“The wine label design is very compatible with the wine bottle, tannins are gentle, and the aromas are pure and defined. The traditional wine-making methods behind this wine gives it even more charm. Excellent.”
“Smooth on the palate with fruity aromas. A unique wine label, too.”

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