This Chinese sparkling is part of the Moet Hennessy Group, itself part of LVMH, the French luxury giant. Methode Traditionnelle refers to the bubbles being created inside the bottle during the secondary fermentation, the same way champagne is made. My last visit to the winery in Ningxia was three years ago. Bright straw. Ripe fruit including suggestions of pears and quince but without greater linear definition nor the tensioned lift of vivacity. A blend of chardonnay and pinot noir. A very good effort and an ultra attractive price of RMB 288 at Made in China – a 100 Top Chinese Restaurants of the World 2019 – in Grand Hyatt Beijing.