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In 1980, the French cognac company Rémy Martin (now Rémy Cointreau) founded the "Sino-French Joint Venture Dynasty Winery" with a group of Chinese investors. In the meantime, the company has been certified according to the ISO 9002 standard. The headquarters are located in the city of Tianjin, south-east of Beijing in the northern province of Hebei. This was the first joint venture in China with a foreign partner to produce wines on a large scale. The vineyards cover around 2,000 hectares, planted with international quality varieties and local plants. The annual processing volume amounts to 40,000 tonnes of grapes. The product range comprises around 30 mostly single-varietal wines in an international style. A dry red wine is made from Cabernet Sauvignon, a dry rosé from Carignan Noir (Mazuelo). The white wines are made from Carignan Noir (white), Chardonnay, Muscat Blanc, Welschriesling and other varieties in all flavours.

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