Inherited French winemaking know-how brought to Vietnam in the end of the 19th century, Ladofoods has built its own winery in Dalat with a variety of local grape name Cardinal. Over 20 years, its wine and Vang Dalat brand have become the best known and best selling wine in Vietnam.
Aiming to put its name on the wine map of the world, Ladofoods has officially established a professional winery named LADORA WINERY - Vietnam's first professional winery in early 2015.
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Ladora Winery has imported its modern winemaking technologies from Italy, and recruited its Europe trained wine staffs who worked under the guidance of experienced international winemaking specialist
Ladora Winery has develop its capability for sustainable development by investing in its own vineyard in the central province of Ninh Thuan under a professional development master plan.
It took five years to find the best soil condition, tested to find the most suitable European grapes for Vietnam winemaking. Modern agricultural system has help greatly for Ladora Winery Vineyard successfully plant its own wine grape and continue to expand quickly to reach 100 hectares in the near future.
Ladora Winery expects to offer to wine-lovers its world standard wine with a touch of beauty from Dalat, one of the most beautiful city of Vietnam.
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The dizzying growth of Vietnam's alcohol market. 70% surge in average consumption spurs spirited competition
Among the 25 major countries surveyed, Vietnam and India were the only two where the production had grown for at least 10 straight years. Vietnam is on a 15-year streak. And the growth of its market is particularly striking when you consider that its population is not expanding as fast as India's.
What Vietnam has going for it is youth - the average age is 28 - and one of the strongest economic growth rates in Southeast Asia.
(Source: Nikkei Asian Review)
Ladora Winery is making the most of the growing thirst for wine. It already controls over 10% of Vietnam's overall wine market and supplies more than 50% of domestically produced wine. It is listed on the Hanoi Stock Exchange.
Our winery plans to double the annual production capacity to 10,000 kl by 2018 (now is 4,500 kl per year).
Every year, millions bottles of our wines are being consumed throughout Vietnam and exported to oversea markets such as Japan, Korea, Thailand, Singapore, Cambodia