Fenjiu is a typical representative of China's Fen flavor Baijiu, which is also known as Xinghuacun wine because of its production in Xinghuacun, Fenyang, Shanxi. Fen Liquor is famous for its exquisite workmanship and long history. It is known for its soft entrance, sweet taste, aftertaste and long aftertaste. It enjoys high popularity, reputation and loyalty among consumers at home and abroad.
In history, Fenjiu has experienced three glories. Fenjiu has a long history of about 4000 years. During the northern and Southern Dynasties 1500 years ago, Fenjiu, as a royal wine, was highly praised by Emperor Wucheng of the Northern Qi Dynasty and recorded in the twenty-four history, making Fenjiu famous at one stroke. Known as the earliest national wine and national treasure, it is the crystallization and labor achievement of the wisdom of the working people in ancient China.
History of Fenjiu.
Fen Liquor is an ancient historical famous liquor in China. It is produced in Xinghua village, Fenyang City, Shanxi Province. When exactly the name of Fen Wine originated needs further research, but as early as 1400 years ago, there was the name of "fen qing".
Baijiu Baijiu Baijiu and yellow wine were first invented in China after the Song Dynasty. In 1975, the distilled spirit of the Jin Dynasty was discovered in Qinglong County, Hebei province. It proved that at least in the Song Dynasty, distilled spirits were found in China. The famous liquor in China, including Fen Liquor, was developed and developed from yellow rice wine. It gradually replaced the production of yellow rice wine. At this time, Xinghua village Fen Wine is already distilled wine and is famous in the world.