China wine portfolios: East Meets West adds Ningxia’s Legacy Park

legacy park winery ningxia distributed by east meets west chinaBy Jim Boyce

Distributor East Meets West has added a second Chinese brand to its portfolio. This past week, the company announced it will be exclusive distributor for Ningxia winery Legacy Park (留世酒庄). Last year, it added Shandong operation Chateau Nine Peaks to the lineup.

“Founded in 1997, Legacy Peak Estate is located at an altitude of 1246m,” states a press release from EMW. “In 2010, Liu Hai took over the estate from his father with the aim to produce the best wines from the area.”

“All its wines are from 100% estate grown grapes over 16 years old and will be allocated to 5-star hotels, top restaurants & premium wine shops. Legacy Peak Cabernet Sauvignon & Merlot 2011 is produced in limited quantities with 2800 bottles,” it adds. “This wine offers elegance and complexity reflecting the best characters of this promising wine region.”

East Meets West says the wine will be priced at rmb480 per bottle.s

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