With ageing vines and better understanding of the land, Ao Yun is pushing the envelope on each subsequent vintage.
The brand's successful foray into Chinese-made red wine didn’t come easy.
Making premium wine Ao Yun in China is no easy feat, according to Moet Hennessy (Estates & Wines) head Jean-Guillaume Prats
With neither access roads nor electricity and very little water, it would be a nearly impossible feat to build a winery in the remote village of Adong in Yunnan (straddling the China-Tibet border). Jean-Guillaume Prats, president and CEO of Estates & Wines, the Moet Hennessy Wine Division, tells us about the challenges they face to craft this premium wine.