made in China
Alcohol concentration: 52%
Representative works of Chinese cultural heritage and Chinese intangible cultural heritage. In commemoration of the 1573 National Treasure Cellar Group and the traditional brewing techniques of Luzhou Laojiao Liquor were selected as "National Key Cultural Relics Protection Units (1996)" and "National Intangible Cultural Heritage List (2006)" special brewing.
Originated from the "National Treasure Cellars" built in the Wanli period of the Ming Dynasty (that is, 1573 A.D.), it is hand-brewed using the traditional brewing techniques of Luzhou Laojiao Liquor.
It is blended from high-vintage wines that have been stored in natural wine caves for ten or decades. The wine body has the characteristics of "soft, pure and elegant". The taste is soft, sweet, pure and free of impurities. It is an elegant carrier of Chinese wine culture.
A super high-end brand of Chinese liquor, a standard wine product for Chinese liquor appreciation.
Guojiao 1573 Liquor comes from the national key cultural relics protection unit - the 1573 National Treasure Cellar Pool Group, which was built in 1573 AD and has been in continuous use up to now. Luzhou Laojiao Liquor is hand-brewed with traditional brewing techniques.
It is blended from high-vintage wines that have been stored in natural wine caves for five or decades. The wine is colorless and transparent, with an elegant cellar aroma, sweet and refreshing, soft and harmonious, with a long tail and a typical style.