Wine is an alcoholic beverage made from fermented fresh grape fruit or grape juice. In fruits, because of the high glucose and fructose content of grapes, wine tastes when stored for a period of time, so wine is often made with grapes. Wine is currently the world's largest and most popular monosaccharide brewed wine. As early as 6,000 years ago, in the Mediterranean region where grapes were produced, the Sumerians in the two rivers and the ancient Egyptians in the Nile Valley produced wine. Interestingly, in the dance culture, there is a kind of wine dance that is celebrated in the group dance when the wine is harvested. In Chinese culture, poetry literature related to wine began in the Han Dynasty, and wine was regarded as a kind of wine.