The obvious choice for a nascent modern wine industry is to opt for the play safe, internationally renowned grape varieties, particularly in a country where wine knowledge is also in its infancy. But as consumer tastes mature and greater international presence is secured, native cultivars can become a worthwhile USP. Jicheng Zhan, a professor at the China Agriculture University, described some of the local grape varieties available to the country’s wine industry.

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