The ancient trade routes from Europe to the Far East are a metaphor for the convergence of Eastern and Western cultures.
As a result of the contact between Europeans and Asians, both were enriched and changed forever.
Our story celebrates this exchange and provides a history for Chinese wine making arising from contact with the Europeans during the middle ages.
The China Silk logo evokes this cross-cultural imagery.
9,000 YEARS OF HISTORY OF FERMENTED WINES CONFIRMED IN CHINA
Our wines come from the Tian Shan Mountain region of China - ancient crossroads where cultures mixed and traded exotic goods. The fabled Silk Road passed through one of the world's finest regions for wine production.
China Silk wines are the product of a unique micro-climate and rich viniferous soils.
The wine making traditions of skilled artisans, handed down over centuries, in combination with modern winemakers' expertise bring East and West together again in the Appellation region of Xinjiang.
This chop is an ancient symbol recognized by both Eastern and Western cultures.
It is found in both Christian and Confucian symbolism. For our story it is symbolic of the crossroads of East and West.