Jade Vineyard is located in the northwestern inland plateau where the continental arid and semi-arid climates dominate. The most significant characteristics of this climate is “cold in winter and hot in summer”; The lowest temperature reaches -15 ℃ in winter. Therefore, the grapes need to be buried for cold-resistance;
Long hours of sunshine, strong solar radiation, total of 1700 to 2000 hours of sunshine during growing seasons; High effective accumulated temperature, reaching 3400-3800℃d annually, which can guarantee the maturation for most wine grape varieties; Low rainfall, with 200mm average precipitation and 580mm average evaporation annually. Low air humility, greatly reducing the risks of fungal diseases; Adequate diurnal temperature variation ranging from 12-15℃ is good for the maturity of grapes. The dryness and hotness in summer, as well as the cool and cold temperature in spring and autumn, shape its power and delicateness;
The west-facing Helan Mountains block the sand wind and the cold air from northwest, effectively reducing of risks of frost damage.