Ningxia, west of Beijing, is the province of China most famously known for its grape growing attributes. Their warm and sunny summers contradicts the -25⁰C winters. Chateau Changyu Moser XV has mastered these climates to their advantage as they are renowned for their winemaking skills and their unique approach. At the time of its establishment in 1892, Chinses diplomat Zhang Bishi imported over 500,000 vines from America and Europe, which founded the basis for Chinese wine production. In 2013, Austrian winemaker Lenz Moser made his mark on the historic winery and launched Chateau Changyu Moser XV, and there has been no slowing down for the winery since. All wines are pressed and fermented at their chateau in Ningxia, and Moser’s empirical methods of blending and ageing has developed their flagship wine Cabernet Sauvignon to its full potential.