Recently, the Conrad Dubai hotel, located in Etihad Towers where Fast & Furious 7 was filmed, held an "Ambassador's Night" dinner. The event was attended by Andrea Fontana, Ambassador of the European Union, Kris Panday, Canadian Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates, Massimo Baggi, Swiss Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates, Philippe Khoury, ADNOC Group's Executive Vice President Trading & Sales U.A.E, Becky Anderson, CNN host, Frank McCrorie, Chief Operations Officer at Abu Dhabi Airports, and Jiang Mingjun, CEO and President of CNPC, as well as other leaders from the Dubai political and business community. The overseas versions of three Longyu Estate products, along with internationally renowned wines such as "OPUS ONE" from the United States, were served during the dinner.
On April 6, Longyu Wine, Kung Pao Chicken, Cumin Roast Lamb, Garlic Steamed Shrimp, Fresh Beef Dumplings, and other Chinese specialties were served at a dinner hosted by the Chinese Embassy in the United Arab Emirates, highlighting cultural exchanges and friendship between China and the United Arab Emirates.
Not long ago, Die Welt published an article titled "Will Chinese Wine Soon Surpass French Wine?"(click here to read the original article ) Senior wine critic and writer Manfred Klimek believed that Longyu is the first influential top Chinese wine and truly a local flavor of Chinese wine.
With its excellent quality, Longyu has won over 100 international awards since its establishment and has been sold to 45 countries on five continents worldwide. Longyu can be found at many top terminals in the world, such as Burj Al Arab Hotel, Michelin Three-Star Vendome, the UK Michelin Two-Star Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, Michelin Chinese Restaurant Kai Mayfair, Michelin Chinese Restaurant Hakkasan (Hakka people), Spices Kitchen & Terrace, a top resort hotel in Switzerland, and LU STYLE, a Chinese Michelin restaurant. Longyu has also become the chateau that offers Chinese wines in the most high-end restaurants in Michelin and Black Pearl.