The history of modern wine packaging from ceramic

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The history of modern wine packaging from ceramic to glass bottle. Such as alcohol content, storage environment, temperature, humidity, transportation, packaging, etc. Packaging is the key to long-term preservation. Before the Republic of China, most of the distilleries in China were private workshops, and most of the wine bottles were pottery wine jars. Due to the small output, bulk wine was mainly sold and mostly supplied to the local market. The finished wine is mainly made of pottery pots and bottles. There are also porcelain bottles and very few glass bottles. Ceramic wine bottles and jars will leak after a long time of storing wine, which is not easy to preserve for a long time. In addition, the traffic is inconvenient in China, so it is very difficult to store wine in different places. Therefore, most of the aged wines that have been preserved for over 100 years or over 60 years are bulk wines, which come from the cellars where the distillery has continuously improved the existing schemes. These old wines are blended with new wines in a small proportion, which are the 80, 50 and 30-year-old wines on the market

after all, these vintage wines do not contain 100% old wine, but only serve as an aromatic agent. In terms of price, the market price of a bottle of 30-year-old Maotai liquor is about 11000 yuan. However, Maotai liquor with more than 1 kg of liquor for 30 years, which was well preserved before and after 1980, is currently connected to the upper jaw seat at a market transaction price of less than 10000 yuan, which obviously does not reflect its due value. After the founding of new China in 1949, the state implemented a monopoly system for liquor products and established the China Monopoly Corporation, with branches in various regions. Unified management of the sales of various private, public-private joint ventures and state-owned distilleries

the first Five-Year Plan of the state in 1953 clearly stipulated that alcohol and national famous liquor were planned commodities, which were controlled by the head office and distributed uniformly. Since it is necessary to distribute uniformly, it is necessary to unify the packaging that the values of the universal experimental machine are all pointer readings. The glass bottle came into being. Even now, glass bottles are the most cost-effective containers for separately packed wines. Most famous wines in the world are still the most widely used. The porcelain bottle is good, but the cost is high, fragile and opaque, so you can't directly observe the liquor at any time; Pottery bottles, purple pottery and wood blood materials are easy to leak; Bamboo tubes and skin bags are more difficult to preserve. Some Chinese distilleries used glass bottles during the Republic of China, and some have been well preserved so far. However, after the founding of new China, glass bottles were widely used. Fenjiu, which can be found in the famous liquor, was first used. Luzhou Laojiao also used glass bottles very early. Maotai has always used the local glazed earthenware bottles, and milk white glass bottles have been used since 1966. In order to meet the needs of the people, the needs of national finance, taxation and foreign exchange earning through export, the new China wine industry, which is uniformly managed, produced, packaged and distributed, has made China's ancient wine making technology shine, and has also achieved the later eight famous wines and seventeen famous wines

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