发布时间: 2020/9/2 15:42:00

  Wuliangye is a Chinese baijiu of strong fragrance. Wuliangye is produced within the protection scope of geographical indication products. It is made from selected sorghum, rice, glutinous rice, wheat, corn grain and water as raw materials, uses traditional "Baobao Qu" as Daqu, takes pits with more than 600 years of high-quality pit mud evolution and traditional production technology of more than 1000 years in the sealed pit mud closed pit, solid-state fermentation and distillation.


  In Yibin during the Song Dynasty, the Yao family used five grains: corn, rice, sorghum, glutinous rice and buckwheat to produce "Yaozixuequ Liquor which became an essential drink in any gathering of high officials. Yaozixuequ was the   prototype of Wuliangye. During the early Ming Dynasty, the Chen family in Yibin inherited Yao's assets and developed their exclusive brewing recipe based on Yao's experience, known as "grain liquor" among the commoners. Since the liquor contains the essence of five grains, Wuliangye can be a name that appeals to both refined and popular tastes and shows its nature.


  The protection scope of Wuliangye is located in Yibin City, Sichuan Province. It has the natural conditions of climate, soil and water source. It is especially suitable for the growth and reproduction of all kinds of wine making microorganisms. It is conducive to the aging of pit mud and the enrichment of koji making microorganisms. It provides a unique and unrepeatable natural ecological environment for brewing high-quality Wuliangye, hence a product of nature wonder, feathering lasting aroma, mellow and sweet taste, clean and pleasant finish, a full and harmonious profile of flavor.(Courtesy of the IP Protection Department of CNIPA)


  Editor Jiang Shuo)


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