Rice wine is mainly produced in the south-eastern hemisphere.
As the name suggests, it is made from rice alone or in the majority of cases from it.
The first roots of the rice wine production are incredible 6000 years old.
In the 8th century before Christ the production was written down for the first time more exactly. Especially in China and Korea the rice wine production has a very long tradition.
In other countries like Indonesia rice wine is called Tapé, in Japan Sake, in Korea Takju (or filtered Vakju), in Malaysia Tapai or in Thailand Sato.
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