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Chinese wine

Jiu (酒 pinyin jiu3) is the Chinese word that refers to all alcoholic beverages. Many Chinese wines are made from grains and herbs and distilled to high concentration. Chinese wines from southern China are mostly made of rice, those from northern China are mostly made of wheat and sorghum. Most are colorless clear liquid unless other herbs are added to give a different color.

Name of some famous Chinese liquors, wines:

See also: Chinese cuisine, Chinese beer, Eight Immortals Indulged in Wine