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How to distinguish bottled wine?

There is no completely accurate official definition of the so-called bottled wine in China. According to the conventional understanding, the so-called "imported red wine" on the market is divided into two types, namely, the import of foreign raw bottles and the import of raw liquids for domestic filling. Imported in the original bottle refers to the imported red wine brewed and filled abroad. At present, the imported wine in China is basically imported in the original bottle. This kind of wine usually has a clear origin and filling place on the back label.


The import and domestic filling of raw liquor usually refers to the sub packaging or filling of large packaged wine imported with more than 2 liters in China. The origin of this kind of wine on the back label is foreign, but it will also indicate that the filling place or manufacturer is a domestic city or enterprise. For example, when a supermarket buys a bottle of dry red wine, it indicates that the country of origin is France and that the place of filling is Yantai, which is a relatively standardized practice.


However, in China, defective manufacturers have taken various measures to cover up the essence of their bottled wine, hiding the characteristics of the filling place on both the front label and the back label, making consumers mistakenly think that it is a real imported wine from foreign original bottles.


To distinguish bottled wine, we also need to understand its characteristics. There are many characteristics of bottled wine, and the most significant one is: cheap.


First, most of the original wines commonly used for sales come from New World countries such as Chile, Australia and the United States. Due to the industrialized production, the wine in these places has large production capacity and most of the quality is ordinary, and the price is naturally cheap. In foreign countries, this kind of wine is usually bottled and only used as the most common table wine. The price is only a few dollars. It is not of high value. On the contrary, it is difficult to sell because of its large volume, so it will be sold abroad as original wine, such as China.


Second, since non original bottles are imported into China and transported by the same ship, the transportation volume of simply transporting liquor is about 150% more than that of transporting bottled liquor. The transportation volume is large, and the transportation cost allocated to each standard bottle of wine is naturally low.


Third, the imported wine in the original bottle is packed in glass bottles, which is relatively easy to break, while the large leather bag is used to transport the liquor of the original wine, which is naturally cheap without the import cost of the wine bottle.


The second feature is: taste


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Generally speaking, the price of the original wine used in filling wine is relatively low, and the quality of the wine itself is not very good. Therefore, there is not much content to taste, so it belongs to an easy drinking wine. As an ordinary alcoholic beverage, it is more suitable. If it is used for collection and preservation of value, it is not necessary. Its own characteristics of wine quality also determine that it has no value-added function.


There are many ways to distinguish imported red wine with original packaging from domestic sub packaging, and the simplest ones are introduced below:


First of all, see if there is a filling place on the label. Regular manufacturers will label the back of the wine bottle to indicate whether the wine is bottled, so that such wine can be purchased and drunk.


Secondly, we should pay attention to the wine label and the Chinese mark of inspection and quarantine. All imported food sold to foreign countries should be labeled in Chinese. If there is no Chinese back label, it may be domestic filling or smuggling of imported wine. Open the bottle and see whether the words on the cork are the same as those on the bottle label. If the wine is filled in China, under normal circumstances, because it is impossible to carry out long-term large-scale production like foreign wineries, and in order to save costs, it is unlikely to deliberately make wine stoppers corresponding to the wine label. If it is found that the wine stopper does not correspond to the wine label, it cannot be directly said that the wine is a bottled wine, but at least it can be said that it is a bottle of wine with quality problems. It is recommended to drink it carefully.


Then you can check the bar code to identify. The bar code of domestic subpackaged products should start with 69, and the bar code of imported wine from France should start with 3. The bar code of different countries is different at the beginning. This used to be enough as a method to identify whether it is domestic bottled wine, but now, it's not good for offending restaurants. They also know this method and make their own bar codes of the corresponding countries to reduce the probability of being identified.