ABOUT THIS BOTTLE
KOSHI NO KANBAI CHO TOKUSEN
Ginjo aromas are often described in terms of melon, banana, and apple, but the ginjo aromas of this daiginjo are a mix of all three with not one element standing out any more than another. This fusion is hard-to-describe but the result is a distinguished and refined aroma that leads to a rich flavor tinged with a blend of rice, vanilla beans, and subtle earthy elements that tie it all together.
Rice Polishing Ratio
This sake is made from Yamada-Nishiki rice that has been polished to 30%.
HOW TO ENJOY
Enhances any food that you pair it with. Relax, and enjoy.
Room temperature is extremely flattering to the lingering flavor profile, but it is also lovely chilled. Enjoy in a tulip wine glass.
ISHIMOTO BREWERYLEARN MORE
Ishimoto Brewery is also known as Koshi no Kanbai, meaning Winter Plum of Koshino (an old name for the Niigata region). Named after the beautiful, hearty winter plum that is a frequent subject of art and poetry with its delicate flowers blooming in the cold of January and February on snow-laden branches, the tree is a symbol of both beauty and perseverance. Koshi no Kanbai has braved numerous dire eras such as rice shortages during the two wars in the Showa Period, but throughout, they made a point of never lowering their standards, always choosing quality over quantity.