Binhe Jiuliangye Cultural District is the production base of Binhe Group, a famous liquor manufacturer in Gansu Province. It is a new type of tourism scenic spot where industrial tourism and leisure agriculture, liquor history and culture, business tourism, research and tourism, etc. are closely linked and integrated. In 18 years, it was rated as a national 4A level tourist attraction. Binhe Jiuliangye Cultural Tourism Scenic Spot is designed and designed by Shanghai Tongji University Design Institute. It is located in Minle County Ecological Industrial Park with convenient transportation and beautiful environment. The wine jars on both sides of the park are particularly conspicuous. I want to give it a lid and look at the "open-air wine". Joint space for space experiments, these wines are on the sky! The Shenzhou-8 spacecraft was opened, and various kinds of loads including Jiuliangye koji strains were simultaneously released from the cabin, and deep scientific research experiments were started. The Jiuliang liquid separation strains were launched twice with the "Shenjiu" spacecraft and returned satisfactorily. . koji workshop. Most of the brewed white wines are made of starch-containing materials, such as sorghum, corn, barley, wheat, rice, and beans. The first step is to break down the starch into sugars with Aspergillus oryzae, Aspergillus niger, and Aspergillus flavus, called the saccharification process. . The second step is to ferment glucose by yeast to produce alcohol. The specific brewing process is not known here. million wine cellar. Put the prepared wine in the wine storage for a certain period of time. Premium wines generally need to be stored for three or four years, or even longer, and the quality of the liquor will become warm and mellow after a long period of storage. Generally speaking, the new wine is irritating and the smell is not pure, often with a scent and a new wine. After a certain period of storage, the wine becomes soft and fragrant, and the newer wine is mellow and soft. The authentic people who know the wine call it the old-fashioned phenomenon of liquor. Covered with a "small red cloth" row of rows of wine tanks in front of the eyes, the entire wine storage warehouse overflows. If you come to an alcoholic, your eyes will definitely be in the light.