Introducing rich Chinese to the world of polo

Fortune Hts comes with cellars filled with First Growths

[HONG KONG] Pan Sutong proudly displays the 4.5-litre Jeroboam of 1900 Chateau Latour he uncorked on Dec 8 after his two thoroughbreds placed first and second in their respective races at the Hong Kong Jockey Club.

Over a lunch prepared by his personal chef of mussels with lobster jelly, wild salmon with carrot-and-caviar puree and lamb wrapped with Parma ham, Mr Pan describes the lifestyle he's packaging for China's elite, based on fast horses, haute cuisine and fine wine.

It's taking shape at Fortune Heights - an ultra-exclusive gated community in the city of Tianjin, a 35-minute bullet-train ride from Beijing. Its 64 mansions will have cellars stocked with first-growth Bordeaux, gold-plated...

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