The hot wine pot in the Qing Dynasty began in the Qing Dynasty and was popularized from the Qing Dynasty to the Republic of China. The tin smelting technology in Shaoxing was well developed as early as the Spring and Autumn Period. During the Ming and Qing Dynasties, tin foil industry rose, and many household appliances began to be made of tin. Tin utensils are impervious to water, moisture and easy to seal. They can be used as wine holders or wine warmers. At that time, tin wine had wine pots, as well as hot wine pots. The shape of wine pots was round, but also quadrate. The shape was quite exquisite and noble. The shape of the hot pot is octagonal, hexagonal and circular. A cup with a volume less than the pot and a caliber slightly smaller than the mouth of the pot is placed in the center of the pot. About half a kilogram of wine can be put into the pot. Boiled water is poured into the pot and covered to make the wine in the pot warm by the heat of the boiling water in the pot. Because Shaoxing wine is best served hot, this kind of hot wine pot is especially popular.