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Young Chinese wine masters showing their appreciation

chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2024-03-14 08:07

Competitors taste wine and make notes during the contest. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]

Fan Lina from China, a member of the Commanderie du Bontemps, one of the oldest and biggest French wine appreciation guilds, and a jury member, said she was happy to see young talents were more professional than their ages and had made correct answers of the tasting which are quite limited to the wine appreciation circle and also given precise and professional comments of how a brand of wine tastes.

Today, wine associations are mushrooming on campus and students no longer drink wine just for leisure but to diversify their social lives thus opportunities for their future start-ups.

Zhang Yumin, a graduate student who is in charge of the wine association of Peking University and leader of the university's team in Monday's contest said despite her team not performing well enough they had discovered some new aspirations from the French wineries that could be borrowed to further upgrade the industry in China to make it better known and accepted in the world.

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