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China Shaoxing Yellow Rice Wine Group Co., Ltd. is Chairman of Yellow Rice Wine Branch of China Alcoholic Drinks Industry Association (CACA), and one of the 520 national key enterprises. As a listed company affiliated with the group, Zhejiang Gu Yue Long Shan Shaoxing wine Co., Ltd. (GYLS) is the largest yellow Rice wine company in China regarding its scale. Central Wine Cellar, has 18 large-scale wine stores, storing more than 200,000 tons of Datan Original Wine Storage, tall and ventilated, cool in the four seasons, the content of bacteria in the air is very small, temperature and humidity are uniform, which is better than the storage and aging of yellow rice wine. Because of its large area, it is regularly turned over every year, and the balance of each jar is ensured in the barn.
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  • Lun Xun had a lot of poems and essays on drinking, especially the article [Writings and Grace of the Wei and Jin Dynasties and Their Relationship with Drugs and Wine", in which he dwelled upon the role wine played in the literary creations and psychologies of the writers with a view on the Seven Intellectuals in the Bamboo Forest. He also discussed the merits of alcohol, and showed a cutting edge in his talking about the past and the present and his condemnation of the unhealthy tendencies. Most of Lu Xun`s novels mentioned wine. It can be said that the booming business of Xianheng Wine Shop is due to Lu Xun`s masterpieces. Of course, Xianheng Wine Shop provides an important environment for the characters in Lu Xun`s novels. The character Kong Yiji was based on his neighbor, the literati drunkard [Pedant Meng". In addition, a number of Lu Xun`s words, such as [Diary of a Madman", [The True Story of Ah Q", [In the Drinking House", [Hometown", [Well Wishes" and so on, all wrote about people bu describing wine, or wrote about wine by depicting people. All these works gave off the fragrance of Shaoxing yellow rice wine, and brought us back to that particular atmosphere in the 1920`s, added charm to that special environment. It can be said that without profound experience about Shaoxing yellow rice wine and the wine customs, Lu Xun would not have been able to render such a vivid and lifelike depiction of the wine country.
  • Cai Yuanpei, the well-known modern educator, was born and brought up in Shaoxing, and has a strong preference for Shaoxing yellow rice wine. According to the recalling of his friends, although he worked in other places far away for decades, he always adhered to the habits and hobbies developed in his home town from a young age. He liked Shaoxing yellow rice wine and drank it at each meal. Each year, he asked friends and relatives to buy him a few jars of wine from Shaoxing, which he kept at home for drinking or treating his friends. In addition to Shaoxing specialties, such as dried vegetables and fermented bean-curd paste. On festivals, he also asked his friends and relatives to post such supplies for the Spring Festival as stewed duck in soy sauce, chicken pickled in fermented yellow rice wine sauce and dried fish. Even the wine pot he usually used was a tin pot from Shaoxing. The pot had a round interior and square exterior, and an interlayer in the middle which could be filled with hot water to warm the wine.
  • 2020/05/08 Dongpu
    Dongpu is a historical and cultural town in Zhejiang province, which is located in the western suburbs, 7.5 kilometers away from Shaoxing City. Here the land is fertile, and the landscape is beautiful. It is known as the place of rivers, bridges and wine. As early as the Song Dynasty, Dongpu is the center of Shaoxing yellow rice wine industry. The excavation of the clay pots mentioned by Jiangtong of the Jin Dynasty, the building of the Wangcheng Temple in the late Eastern Jing Dynasty and the early Southern Dynasty, lots of stories, artifacts and the ancient and popular crafts and culture in people`s mind all demonstrate that Dongpu has been making wine for more than 2,000 years.
  • 2020/04/29 Mold
    Mold, as a Chinese invention, has matured during the Northern Wei Dynasty, but it was in the Song Dynasty that people applied it in the making of yellow rice wine and has scientific detailed and accurate description of the production process, major points, testing tools and standards in the process. Strictly speaking, it began in the Northern Song Dynasty and matured in the Southern Song Dynasty. In Wine-making procedure by Su Dongpo, the description is rather complete. This at least shows that the technology was widely used in the Song Dynasty and was mature. It reflects to a certain level that there were many people with gifts about bio-technology applications and technological environment is formed.
  • First: using glutinous rice as the main raw materials. Second: using herbs and flour to make mold and yeast. Third: feeding, spreading or feeding. Fourth: the distiller`s grains can also be repeatedly used. Fifth: wine production rate (Gu Yue Long Shan standard): Yuanhong Wine Rice:wine=1:1.96 Jiafan Wine Rice:wine=1:1.75 Shanniang Wine Rice:wine=1:2.05 Xiangxue Wine Rice:wine=1:2.30 Sixth: the production cycle is 30 days (mechanization), or 100 days (pure handmade). Seventh: testing standards and methods of various aspects of the procedure depend on modern instrumentation as well as people`s experiences.
  • First: using rice (glutinous rice) as raw materials. Second: using herbs, flour and ginger to make mold and yeast. Third: feeding three times. Fourth: making full use of the micro-organisms and raw materials in the alcohol to save raw materials and molds. Fifth: reflecting the wine production rate at the time, 5 Dou rice making 5 Dou wine. Sixth: the production cycle is 30 days. Seventh: changes, testing standards and methods of various aspects of the procedure depend on people's experiences.
  • Tasting wine is like appreciating beauty. We should pay attention to methods. Taste buds are distributed on the tongue surface. The taste buds which recognize sweet are on the tongue tip, the taste buds which recognize bitter are near the throat, and the taste buds which recognize sour are on both sides of the tongue. Therefore, when we taste good Huangjiu, we should roll the tongue so as to avoid identifying sour, and let the wine wander between the tongue tip and the throat. Tasting sweet firstly and then tasting bitter to feel two flavors at the same time.
  • Of the varieties of Shaoxing yellow-rice wine, the most famous is no doubt nverhong(daughter's red) and zhuangyuanhong (zhuangyuan's red). Nverhong, of course, is brewed shortly after a girl is born, and then kept in a dry cellar or buried underground.In some rarer cases, it may be hidden inside walls. When the girl grows up and is about to get married, the wine is dug out for the banquet or as a dowry. Later this custom has evolved in such a way that wine is made when a boy is born too. Wine jars used to hold the liquid is smeared with red paint and decorated with colorful paintings, and the wine is named zhuangyuan's red', embodying the hope that the son may become a talented person. When the `daughter's red' is made, special attention is paid to the decoration of jars. Before these jars are fired, they are already decorated with embossed flowers or figures. After they are hardened in a kiln, painters are asked to ornament them with colorful paintings representing subjects from folk legends or operas such as landscape, birds and beasts, the God of Longevity with cranes, Chang`e flying to the moon, the Eight Immortals crossing the sea, and the dragon and the phoenix bringing auspiciousness. Above the paintings there are such goodwill words for the newly-weds like Wish you a happy union', 'May your family prosper in the five generations to come', 'May spend your life happily together', and May all your heart's wishes be fulfilled.' These are Huadiao jars adopted for nverhong. As the modern wine industry continues to develop, this custom involving home-made has gradually been going out vogue. However, the names nverhong and zhuangyuanhong have been preserved and used as famous trademarks or brands, which have won people's love.
  • Longevity is something Chinese people have always desired the most. According to Hong Fan in Shang Shu, 'Of the five good fortunes, longevity should be given the most priority.` Therefore, birthday celebration has been a customary practice for the Chinese people, though there is something special about it in Shaoxing. Shaoxing people believe that a birthday banquet should be organized when one is a decade or decades old. This has been been generally accepted. As a saying goes, 'The 10th birthday should be marked at the maternal grandma's, and the 20th at the mother-in-law's; while the 30th should be marked, the 40th neglected; the 50th should be marked by oneself, and the 60th by his/her sons and grandsons; the 70th and 80h are occasions to celebrate.' At the 10th or 20th birthday, either the grandma's or the mother in-law's should prepare such gifts as robes, the Four Treasures, in the Study, and buns; homage should be paid to deities so as to pray for blessings for the birthday person. Though he or she may not be qualified' to celebrate the birthday, since he or she is an even decade or two even decades old, the occasion must be marked. Thirty is an age of established standing, hence the 30 birthday should be celebrated. Since the number 40 (si shi in Chinese) is not auspicious because it has often associated unfavorably with 'death' (si), the 40th birthday is never observed. As the saying goes, 'Seventy is a rare age since ancient times`. In the past, 70 and 80 were regarded ages hard to reach. If the birthday person has many offspring and an affluent, family, grand banquets may be thrown to treat relatives and friends and receive their congratulations. In Shaoxing, people are rather particular about these occasions. Not only good wine is provided, but also longevity peaches, longevity buns and longevity noodles should be made of grains in proper numbers -SO that the birthday person may have all the earthly bliss- and sent to all the folks and neighbors. His or her sons or grandsons, wherever they are, should manage to return home and pay homage. Then a group photo of the entire extended family will be taken. Four or five generations in a common hall' is regarded as the greatest of domestic bliss. Birthdays are generally celebrated every ten years. However, in Shaoxing, they may also be celebrated when the birthday person is 9, 19, 29...years old, because ancient Chinese believed that 9 was a positive number' and an extreme. Birthdays celebrated in this way may harbinger the next one. For example, at the 69th birthday, the 70th is celebrated in advance; at the 79th, the 80th. Birthdays after 80 and 90 years old are to be celebrated on an annual basis. It is generally known that presents for most occasions cannot be made up for (if you do, the receiver will see this as inauspicious), but birthday presents are an exception, because Shaoxing people believe that birthday presents sent afterwards are a sign that they will live longer, which is a great relief and comfort for the old birthday person. There is a saying in Shaoxing, which goes, `The old and the young celebrate birthdays with different wishes`.
  • When a child is one year old, a rite called Dezhou, or Naozhou in some parts of Shaoxing, will be held. This is such an important occasion that a grand banquet needs to be thrown, though the scale may vary from family to family due to financial reasons. In some cases, besides the banquets, the family may also invite over an opera troupe to put on some shows as a form of celebration. At the banquet, `zhuangyuan's red' or 'daughter's red' is indispensible. The good wishes embodied in the wine are obvious. After the banquet ends, in order to share their joy and bliss, the family will also treat their relatives, friends and neighbors with a large number of dezhou snacks made of rice or flour, such as rice cakes, Longevity Peaches, Longevity Noodles etc., sometimes with wine. Again, to mark this occasion, the maternal grandma's should send some wearable, among which there are, in particular, some `tiger-headed shoes' whose fronts are embroidered with the character 'wang` (or `king' ). It is believed that the image of the tiger, the king of beasts, possesses the power to ward off evil spirits. It also embodies the good wish that the child may live vigorously. According to Proverbs of Yue by Fan Yin, 'When the newly-born is 1 year old, representatives from the maternal grandmother's will be present with gifts.' Having received dezhou snacks, the neighbors will present the family with cookies, cloth, or wearable in return. The baby is already learning to speak. Imitating adult talk from time to time, it may prompt the family into cheers and excitement. Some may ask for `caitou`, or `good luck` for the kid. At the banquet, with the little thing in a parent`s arms, seniors present will be introduced to it one by one and then it is asked to address them properly, which not only adds to the blissful atmosphere, but also enables people to feel the strong blood bond.
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