ABOUT THIS BOTTLE
Wonderful acidity balanced with a sweet, savory bouquet. Relatively light, but complex, with a full palate of aromas. Nose of grapefruit, apricot, steamed rice, and melon, like a classic ginjo, but dig around for the stickier notes of caramel and raisin. Drapes languidly on the palate with a creamy texture and balanced flavor of sweetness of orange peel and chocolate.
Rice Polishing Ratio
This sake is made from Miyamanishiki rice that has been polished to 55%.
HOW TO ENJOY
Enjoy with autumnal dishes like roasted root vegetables, marinated mushrooms, roast pork, sichuan mapo eggplant.
Enjoy lightly chilled or moderately warm. Wine glass if chilled, ochoko if warmed.
Masumi/Miyasaka BreweryLEARN MORE
Masumi, a nationally admired sake brand, was founded in 1662 in Suwa, where a tradition of precise craftsmanship led the city to become the center of the silk industry. Still today, this attention to detail remains at the heart of the Masumi philosophy. In the 1920's, the brewery fell on hard times.The brewery's president, Masaru Miyasaka, appointed a young, 28-year-old sake prodigy named Chisato Kubota as toji. The two travelled up and down Japan, knocking on the door of the master and seeking knowledge. Click to learn more.