Moet Hennessy has declined to comment on reports suggesting its new winery in China is set to open by June.
The new US$5.5m winery in the Ningxia Hui region of north-west China will see its first wines hitting shelves next year, according to a report on the website Asia Travel Tips. Premium sparking wines will be produced under the company’s Chandon brand name.
The 6,300 sqm facility will feature a fully operational winery, fermentation cellars, tasting rooms and luxury visitor centre,
When contacted by just-drinks today (15 January), however, a Moet Hennessy spokesperson declined to comment on the report.
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