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Ao Yun 2015 750 mL

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Ao Yun 2015

Gift box with 1 bottle - 750 ml

Ao Yun 2015

Gift box with 1 bottle - 750 ml
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  • Product Details

    Elegance, freshness and complexity are the cornerstones of Ao Yun’s winemaking philosophy, and this vintage – the Chinese estate’s third – is a stunning representation of all three. Voluptuous and spicy, with dense tannins and a mineral finish, the 2015 vintage captures the character of a warm year and is expected to develop further over the years to come.
  • How to enjoy

    • Service temperature - 61°F
    • When to drink - From now until 2028
    • Storage advice - Store horizontally in a cool (50-59°F), dark place, and away from vibrations
    • Closure - Cork
    • Additional information - Contains sulphites
    • Alcohol by volume - 15%
  • Blend and Origin

    From a year of warm weather and excellent yields comes this blend of cabernet sauvignon (79%) and cabernet franc (21%) from the village vineyards of Adong, Shuori, Sinong and Xidang. The high altitude means there is less oxygen, and so malolactic fermentation takes place in earthenware jars as well as oak barrels, with the wine aged for 12 months in 40% new barrels.


From the foothills of the Himalayas

Food pairing:
Match with Chinese flavors

Starter

Plump prawns in a warming Sichuan pepper sauce will find balance in this wine’s complex character.

Main

For this New World red, serve grilled duck breast in an orange sauce and topped with pea shoots, or try lamb chops in a sticky soy, honey and sesame glaze.

Food pairing:
Match with Chinese flavors

Starter

Plump prawns in a warming Sichuan pepper sauce will find balance in this wine’s complex character.

Main

For this New World red, serve grilled duck breast in an orange sauce and topped with pea shoots, or try lamb chops in a sticky soy, honey and sesame glaze.