Kweichow Moutai baijiu is produced by Kweichow Moutai CO.,LTD with annual production of 40,000 tons in China. A wide variety of baijiu cater to different type of consumer’s needs. Such as low-alcohol baijiu, 43 °, 38 °, 33 ° ; Moutai Prince Chiew and Moutai Yingbing Chiew satisfy the needs of middle and low-end consumers.
Wuliangye is one of the “Six Liquor Products” in the Sichuan province. This baijiu (White Spirits) originates from Yibin city. Wuliangye baijiu is brewed from wheat, rice, corn, sorghum and glutinous rice. The taste of Wuliangye baijiu is distinctly different from all the other China Luzhou-flavored white spirits.
Guo Jiao Baijiu
Guo Jiao 1573 is the image baijiu product of Luzhou Laojiao. It was first brewed from the “National Treasure Pits” in AD 1573 during the Wanli Era of Ming dynasty. Guo Jiao 1573 is produced using distilled liquors brewing techniques, the product is colorless and transparent with strong pit aroma. The taste is soft mellow, entrance intermixed with lingering fragrance.