China wine labels: Does ‘E-mail’ wine deserve save or delete?


Forget wine scores out of 20 or 100. Here’s a bottle of “E-mail” Dry Red Wine from Great Wall that you could simply designate as “save” or “delete“. Or stick in the spam box. Then again, if you rate it high, it only seems fair to forward it as a recommendation.

I spotted this bottle at Great Wall in Hebei Province and imagine it dates a few years. Who knows? Maybe there is a Weibo White, a Baidu Bordeaux Blend or an iRhone in the works. And if you want to see a much racier label from China, check this out.

By the way, I’ll have part two of the Great Wall visit up soon. You can see part one here.

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