Chinese Actress Zhao Wei Admitted into Jurade de Saint-?milion

September 18, 2012
Editor: Wu Linfei

Chinese Actress Zhao Wei, owner of the Château Monlot winery, was admitted into the Jurade de Saint-Émilion on September 16, 2012, during the Saint-Émilion annual grape harvest festival.

Chinese Actress Zhao Wei is admitted into the Jurade de Saint-Émilion on September 16, 2012, during the Saint-Émilion annual grape harvest festival. [Chinanews]

Chinese Actress Zhao Wei is admitted into the Jurade de Saint-Émilion on September 16, 2012, during the Saint-Émilion annual grape harvest festival. [Chinanews]


The Jurade de Saint Emilion is a special event held annually in medieval Saint-Émilion in the famous wine region of Bordeaux, France.

Zhao bought the historical 400-year-old Château Monlot in December 2011 and has dedicated herself to bringing success and recognition to its labels. The Château Monlot is a vineyard of seven hectares dedicated to hand-crafting exquisite wines, located in the foothills of Saint Emilion. 
Chinese Actress Zhao Wei is admitted into the Jurade de Saint-Émilion on September 16, 2012, during the Saint-Émilion annual grape harvest festival. [Chinanews]

Chinese Actress Zhao Wei is admitted into the Jurade de Saint-Émilion on September 16, 2012, during the Saint-Émilion annual grape harvest festival. [Chinanews]

Chinese Actress Zhao Wei is admitted into the Jurade de Saint-Émilion on September 16, 2012, during the Saint-Émilion annual grape harvest festival. [Chinanews]

Chinese Actress Zhao Wei is admitted into the Jurade de Saint-Émilion on September 16, 2012, during the Saint-Émilion annual grape harvest festival. [Chinanews]

(Source:Chinanews/Translated by womenofchina.cn) 

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