Highest scores for Chinese Wines just released by Wine Enthusiast
Chateau Rongzi 2013 Black Label Red (China)
Aromas of cherry and baking spices pave the way for flavors of black fruit, pomegranate, anise and thyme. This inky, garnet-colored wine is soft at first sip, with tannins that intensify as fruit and spice flavors fill the mouth and continue into a spicy, dry finish.
90 Points China
Chateau Rongzi 2012 Blue Label Red (China)
Dark ruby in color, this wine has a nose of cherry and sage. It is soft on entry, offering flavors of tart cherry, cranberry, Mediterranean herbs and bacon. Tannins slowly build on the palate, lasting into a bright finish that is punctuated by a touch of smoke.
88 Points China
Chateau Rongzi 2015 Rosé (China) Deep apricot in the glass, this wine features aromas of grapefruit and guava. Made in an off-dry style, it is refreshingly sweet, with flavors of peach, apricot and honeysuckle and a tangy finish.
85 Points China