Great Wall Wine

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China Great Wall Wine Co., Ltd.
Industryalcoholic beverages
Area served
Productsdry and sweet wines, fortified wines, distilled and sparking wines.
ParentCOFCO Group
Bottles of the Great Wall dry red wine

China Great Wall Wine Co., Ltd. is a Chinese producer of wine based in Shacheng town, Huailai County, Zhangjiakou, Hebei province, China. By production volume, Great Wall is China's largest wine enterprise, producing 50,000 tons in 2010.[1]


Founded in 1983, Great Wall is a subsidiary of state-owned COFCO Group. Its main office is situated at the foot of the Great Wall of China, next to the Guanting Lake.[2]

The company has 74.8 hectares (1,125 mu) of vineyards, mostly in Shandong province.[1] More than ten different varieties of grapes are grown there. It uses 1,375 twenty-ton storage vessels with a total capacity of approximately 30,000 tons.[2]

Great Wall uses modern wine making equipment that is imported from France, Germany, and Italy.[2] The company produces dry and sweet wines, fortified wines, distilled and sparkling wines. In 2010, Great Wall produced 50,000 tons, making it China's largest wine producer.

The company markets its products in 20 countries or regions, such as USA, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, and domestically in 29 provinces.[2][3]


  1. ^ a b Great Wall Wine in talks for overseas vineyards - People's Daily Online
  2. ^ a b c d "China Great Wall Wine". Archived from the original on 2013-01-19. Retrieved 2011-05-09.
  3. ^ China Great Wall Wine Co., Ltd.: Private Company Information - BusinessWeek

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