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Luzhou History and Culture Tour (13): The National Treasure Pit is flooded, Luzhou Laojiao stock plummets? _ Workshop

Release Time:2021-06-01 Topic:Luzhou Laojiao Stock Reading:36 Navigation:Stock Liao information > tourism > Luzhou History and Culture Tour (13): The National Treasure Pit is flooded, Luzhou Laojiao stock plummets? _ Workshop phone-reading

The geographical position is: between 105°19'36″-105°33'05″ east longitude and 28°46′10″-28°57′43″ north latitude.

The century-old pits of Luzhou Laojiao are scattered in clusters on the streets and alleys of Luzhou City, such as Yinggoutou and Zaojiao Alley, Sanxing Street, Jiangyang District, and small cities in Longmatan District (Xiadao, Shijiazhuang). Zi Street, Xinjiezi, Guojiang Tower) and Luohan Town.

The most amazing thing about these 1,619 cellars over 100 years old is that they have maintained their original appearance, original location, traditional craftsmanship, and continuous use since they were built.

These 1619 pits, are more than a century old pits, and the 4 pits located in Guojiao Square are the pits of the Ming Dynasty. They were identified as national key points by the State Council as early as 1996. Cultural relic protection unit.

The remaining 1,615, Pits over a hundred years old, and old brewing workshops were designated as the seventh batch of provincial key cultural relics protection by the Sichuan Provincial People’s Government in June 2007 unit.

As a group of pits that continue to make liquor in China, Luzhou Laojiao Company owns 1619 pits of more than 100 years in scale and living cultural relics, which can be called "the miracle of winemaking in the world."

Okay, let’s take a look at the different histories of these 1619 old pits.

1. Wen Yongsheng pits and brewing workshop: 154 mouths

is located in Yinggoutou, Jiangyang District. Founded in the Wanli period of the Ming Dynasty, the original workshop owner Wen Xiaoquan, in the early years of the Republic of China, was a member of Congress. In 1915, his "Luzhou Laojiao Special" won the International Panama Gold Award, and the medals are stored in the Luzhou Laojiao Museum. The workshop covers an area of ​​3,200 square meters, with 154 original pits, of which 4 were pits in the Wanli period of the Ming Dynasty, 82 were merged into 41 pairs of "Mandarin Duck pits", and 45 were merged into 15 "Hejiahuan pits". The workshop cellar and the drying hall are paved with blue bricks and blue stones.

2. Dingfeng Heng Pit Pool Group and Winery Workshop: 96 mouths

is located in Yinggoutou, Jiangyang District. It was built in the late Ming and early Qing dynasties by Hu Huanzhang, the owner of the original workshop. The workshop covers an area of ​​1,400 square meters, with 96 original pits, which are now combined into 48 pairs of "mandarin duck pits". The floor and ridge of the workshop cellar are paved with bluestone.

III. Chunhe Rong pit pools and winemaking workshop: 21 mouths

Located at Yinggoutou, Jiangyang District. Founded in the Kangxi period of the Qing Dynasty, the original workshop owner Li Huabo, and his sister Li Qinglin, who was the secretary of the Wanzhou Municipal Party Committee of the underground party before liberation, was later arrested in the Kuomintang Prison in Chongqing Zazidong. After the founding of New China, Li Huabo's Chunhe Rong workshop took the lead in responding to the party's call to implement a public-private partnership. Li Huabo himself became the first deputy mayor of Luzhou City in New China. The workshop covers an area of ​​1,800 square meters, with 21 cellars, which are irregularly distributed, and the workshop floor and cellar ridges are paved with bluestone.

Fourth, Hongxinghe Pits and Winery Workshop: 92 Ports

Located at Yinggoutou, Jiangyang District. It was built in the Kangxi period of the Qing Dynasty by Fang Tinghui, the owner of the original workshop. The workshop covers an area of ​​1,800 square meters and has 92 pits, which are combined into 46 pairs of "Mandarin Duck pits". The ground and pits are paved with bluestone.

Fifth, Yongxing Cheng pit pools and wine making workshop: 168 mouths

Located at Yinggoutou, Jiangyang District. Founded in the Kangxi period of the Qing Dynasty, the original workshop advocated Anpu. The workshop covers an area of ​​3065 square meters, with 168 original pits, which are now combined into 84 pairs of "mandarin duck pits". The ground and pits are paved with bluestone.

Six,

Xietaixiang, Yuhouxiang, Yongshengxiang pit pools and wine workshop: 60 mouths

Located at No. 53, Xinjiezi, Xiaoshi, Longmatan District. It was built during the Yongzheng period of the Qing Dynasty, and the original workshop owners were Peng Shikai, Peng Dexiu, and Wang Zaizhi. The workshop covers an area of ​​2500 square meters and has 60 pits. The workshop floor and pits are paved with bluestone.

Seven,

Shengfaxiang pits and brewing workshop: 94 mouths

Located in Luohan Town, Longmatan District. It was built during the Qianlong period of the Qing Dynasty by Jiao Xianzhong, the owner of the original workshop. The original 94 pits were merged into 47 pairs of "Mandarin Duck pits". Covering an area of ​​2110 square meters, the pits are arranged irregularly. The workshop is a civil structure, and the ground and pits are paved with bluestone.

Eight,

Osmanthus scented pits and brewing workshop: 58 mouths

Located in Luohan Town, Longmatan District. It was built during the Qianlong period of the Qing Dynasty by Fang Tinghui, the owner of the original workshop. The workshop covers an area of ​​1,400 square meters, with 58 original pits, which are now combined into 29 pairs of "mandarin duck pits", with pits arranged irregularly. The workshop is a civil structure, and the ground and pits are paved with bluestone.

IX. Daxinghe pits and wine making workshop: 124 mouths

Located in the lower courtyard of Luohan Town, Longmatan District. It was built in the Jiaqing period of the Qing Dynasty by Hu Zaitian, the owner of the original workshop. The workshop covers an area of ​​3700 square meters with 124 pits. The ground and pits are paved with bluestone.

Ten, Hong Shengxiang, Fushengrong pit pools and wine workshop: 41 mouths

Located at No. 1, Guojiang Building, Xiaoshi, Longmatan District. It was built in the Daoguang period of the Qing Dynasty. The original workshop owner of Hong Shengxiang was Mei Hongjun and the original owner of Fu Shengrong was Zhang Shaokui. The workshop covers an area of ​​2500 square meters, with 41 existing cellars, with a wooden two-story attic, and the floor and cellar ridges are paved with bluestone.

Eleventh, Shengfarong pits and brewing workshop: 32 mouths

Located at No. 24 Shizitou, Xiaoshi, Longmatan District. The seat is from southeast to northwest and was built during the Qing Xianfeng period by Chen Guangyu, the owner of the original workshop. The workshop covers an area of ​​1,400 square meters and is built on the mountain. It is divided into upper and lower floors, connected by 18 vertical stone steps, and a total of 32 pits. The ground and pits are paved with bluestone.

Twelfth, alcohol and Fengyuan pit pools and brewing workshop: 32 mouths

Located at No. 46, Xiaoshixia Street, Longmatan District. It was built in the Tongzhi period of the Qing Dynasty by Deng Zhiding, the owner of the original workshop. The workshop building is built on the hillside, with a front shop and back factory layout. The front shop and the workshop are connected by 19-level stone steps, and the back shop is 4 meters higher than the front shop.The workshop covers an area of ​​1,500 square meters and has 32 pits. The workshop floor and pits are paved with bluestone.

13. Dingji pits and brewing workshop: 37 mouths

Located at No. 57 Zaojiao Lane, Jiangyang District. It was built in the Guangxu period of Qing Dynasty by Hu Zhuliang, the original owner of the workshop. The workshop covers an area of ​​2,000 square meters and there are 37 pits. The workshop floor and pits are paved with bluestone.

14. Xiecheng Pits and Winery Workshop: 176 pits

Located in Luohan Town, Longmatan District. It was built in the late Qing Dynasty and the early years of the Republic of China, and the original workshop owner Shang Xiecheng. The workshop covers an area of ​​7,347 square meters and has 176 pits. The workshop floor and pits are paved with bluestone.

Fifteenth, Quanji Pits and Winery Workshop: 334 mouths

Located in Luohan Town, Longmatan District. It was built at the end of the Qing Dynasty and the beginning of the Republic of China, the original workshop owner Zeng Xiaoquan. The workshop covers an area of ​​13,674 square meters and has 334 pits. The workshop floor and pits are paved with bluestone.

Sixteenth, Shunchang Xiangjiao Pool Group and Winery Workshop: 100 mouths

Located in Luohan Town, Longmatan District. It was built at the end of Qing Dynasty and the beginning of the Republic of China, the original workshop owner Zeng Yisheng. The workshop covers an area of ​​3,673 square meters and has 100 pits. The workshop floor and cellar ridges are all paved with bluestone slabs.

(The material comes from the relevant materials and network information of Luzhou Laojiao Company)

Liu Yaohong

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