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Long Dai came about as a result of the family’s desire to find a name that could convey how this wine is the ideal blend of nature and the care of men and women who have helped it reach its full potential. It was also crucial to come up with a name that paid homage to Shandong’s rich local past. Long Dai, which was inspired by Shandong’s Taishan sacred mountain, depicts an idealized mountain that rose through the force of nature and was then carefully chiseled by human hands. Our name reflects what we do as winemakers: we strive to perfect the natural raw materials we are given.
The Domaine de Long Dai is located in the Qiu Shan Valley of Shandong Province in China’s north eastern region. The effect of the Yellow Sea, which is just 20 kilometers offshore, cools the atmosphere here. The area is heavily reliant on agriculture, which, combined with the granitic soil, makes it an attractive location for vine cultivation. The winters are cold, but not as cold as in other Chinese wine regions, and the vines do not need to be protected from the elements. The vineyard was established in collaboration with local farmers from Mulangou, a nearby village. Their contribution was crucial in rounding out the DBR teams’ knowledge. Ten of them have become permanent members of the team, and when required, they seek seasonal assistance from the other villagers.
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The 2017 vintage’s first release is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, and Marselan – a Chinese varietal – harvested from 30 hectares of terraced vineyards planted in granite soils at the foothills of the Qiu Shan Valley, 20 kilometers from the Yellow River.
“Because our family has been winemakers at Lafite for 150 years, it is in our DNA to be patient and take our time to make a wine we are proud of.” said Saskia de Rothschild, Chairwoman, who recently took over the family’s wine estates from her father, Baron Eric de Rothschild. “This Long Dai vintage is the beginning of a very long tale as Chinese winemakers.”
From left to right: Jean-Maurice Ripert, chairwoman of DBR Lafite, Sasika de Rothschild, vice mayor of Yantai Zhang Dailing, Baron Eric de Rothschild, and mayor of Penglai Yang Shengyan.
DBR Lafite’s Baron Eric de Rothschild and his daughter Sasika de Rothschild unveiled the identity of the wine project on July 3 in Penglai, flanked by a group of key officials from Shandong and Penglai.
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Long Dai is a tribute to Shandong’s illustrious local heritage. Long Dai, which was inspired by Shandong’s Taishan sacred mountain, depicts an idealized mountain that rose through the force of nature and was then carefully chiseled by human hands. The name of the family perfectly explains what they do as winemakers: they strive to perfect the raw materials offered by nature.
All had to be set up from scratch when the land was acquired in 2009. The technical team began by examining the soil, excavating over 400 soil pits to determine the best positions for planting vines. Long Dai is known for its meticulous viticulture.
Since April 2018, General Manager Charles Treutenaere has been in charge of the Domaine de Long Dai, with the support of Juliette Couderc, Technical Manager; Zhang Peng, Vineyard Manager; and Liang Chen, Cellar Master. Technical supervision is provided by Olivier Trégoat, Technical Director of DBR (Lafite) estates outside of Bordeaux.
The vineyard was established in collaboration with local farmers from Mulangou, a nearby village. Their contribution was crucial in rounding out the DBR teams’ knowledge. Ten of them have become permanent members of the team, and when required, they seek seasonal assistance from the other villagers.
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