ABOUT THIS BOTTLE
KURAMBON KOSHU WINE
A steely white with pure, green, herby scents lending a fruity vividness with notes of apple, pear, and quince; lots of aromatic complexity and integrity. Scents of lemon, yuzu, lime, grapefruit and fresh plums—an incredible freshness that swipes away any cobwebs of unpleasantness, whether it be a worldwide pandemic or a bad day at the office.
It has a long finish that is energetic, warm, and driving to the end, with a vivid green apple note, pleasant bitterness, and a satisfying salinity.
Wine Type: White Wine
HOW TO ENJOY
Pairs well with fresh, herby flavors like shiso and Vietnamese food as well as citrus notes like ponzu play nicely with this wine; goes well with seasonal fresh vegetables and seafood.
Best served chilled and in a white wine glass to bring out the aroma and taste.
KURAMBON WINERYLEARN MORE
Kurambon was founded in 1913. It prides itself in their close relationships with local grape farms. They put emphasis on wines made with Koshu grapes, a grape varietal that goes back a 1000 years. Instead of wines mechanically made, their aim is to create more natural wines where the grapes' transformation to wine is gently aided by wine makers.