Kwei Chow Moutai with two Glasses 500ml (2019 Release)
Raw materials: sorghum, wheat, water
Detailed introduction: Kweichow Moutai is a wine that represents the highest level of wine in China. The name of Moutai comes from Maotai Town, Renhuai City, Guizhou Province, taking its name from the town. It is located at 106 degrees east longitude and 27 degrees north latitude, with an altitude of 27 degrees north. 420-550 meters, surrounded by mountains, a stream of water, located in the valley area. Warm in winter and hot in summer, less rain, high annual average humidity, and relatively low air mobility, forming a relatively closed environment that is conducive to the growth of microorganisms for winemaking. Kweichow Moutai is made from two raw materials, wheat and sorghum, combined with the Chishui River water and soil next to Moutai Town, plus the complicated brewing process nine times of cooking, eight times of fermentation, seven times of wine extraction, high-temperature koji making, high-temperature stacking, and high-temperature distillation. , The steps of making koji on the Dragon Boat Festival and setting the sand in Chongyang. After one year of brewing, storage for at least three years, and finally the sauce-flavored distilled wine made by refined decoupling technology, each bottle of Moutai basically takes five years to produce.