In the last decade and a half, the Chinese have been particularly active in wine production. Ningxia, Shandong, Hebei and Xinjiang provinces are home to a variety of vines: the original Dragon's Eye, Giant Rose, Red Champion as well as the classic Cabernet Sauvignon, Marcellin and Riesling. The bouquet of the wines is rich with notes of citrus, sweet fruit and herbs. To get acquainted with authentic Chinese wines, you should try the bright fruit wines made of white and red plums. Their bouquet has notes of almond flowers and honey. Chinese wines can be served with a variety of Asian dishes, desserts and as aperitifs. They also make delicious cocktails.