Centennial Shenchu Wine Original Chinese Baijiu.
According to the records of "China Kweichow Moutai Distillery Co., Ltd.", Hua Lianhui founded "Chengyu Shaofang" in the first year of Tongzhi in the Qing Dynasty (1862).
In the fifth year of Emperor Guangxu of the Qing Dynasty (1879), Wang Lifu and other three jointly established Rongtaihe Shaofang, which was later renamed "Ronghe Shaofang".
In 1929, Zhou Bingheng invested in the construction of "Hengchang Shaofang", and later Lai Yongchu bought "Hengchang Shaofang", which was renamed "Hengxing Shaofang" in 1941.
"In 1929, Huang Shen, a native of Andi, Jinsha County, hired Liu Kaiting, a Moutai Qu pharmacist, to brew Moutai-flavored wine and set up a winery." The world called it "Shenchu Doujiu" and "Doujiu", because it was the first brewing winery in Jinsha County, and was later called "JinshaGu Liquor".