Translation:I think red wine is healthier than white wine.
In the exercises they seem to distinguish between the Chinese liquor 白酒 and "white wine" by prefixing the former with 中国 (中国白酒). But you have to kind of tell by the context which one is meant in speech.
Baijiu is a one of a kind drink. I have no problem with straight whiskey or Bacardi 151, but sipping baijiu burns in a way that probably only paint-remover could do. It has a unique taste that I would struggle to describe. The brand I tried, Moutai, is growing in popularity and therefore price, so it will run you about $150 a bottle. So it's a special occasion drink. It is drank in these adorable thimble-sized glasses and when they call out "干杯" you're expected to down the drink in one shot. Two other cultural warning: when drinking during the holidays (and I've heard on business) many Chinese men like to 'keep up" with each other in drinks. It is also customary to keep filling your glass if you've finished it. Taken together, I almost killed my new father-in-law over Spring Festival. Be careful drinking during the holidays.