With its location on the eastern edge of the North China plain, Shandong Peninsula has a longitude of 120°17”E and a latitude of 36°51”N, enjoying roughly the same opposite south latitude as the famous Coonawara Region in Australia.
The first wineries and vineyards of the modern era were established there. This is where about a quarter of China’s hundreds of wineries are now based.
Chateau Nine Peak vineyard is ideally situated at the foothills of the Nine Peak Mountains. Maritime climate that requires no protection of vines during winter, well-drained and south-facing slopes are perfect for growing vines. The well-ventilated soil is rich in minerals and organic matter that enable full development of the root systems of the vines.
Such unique geographic features create excellent growing conditions to provide outstanding quality wine.