Tamagawa “Kinsho”

Kinoshita Brewery

A weighty, round, and full-flavored flagship Daiginjo. Winning double gold domestically and in the US, this was Tamagawa's first export to the US. A great sake to pair with food. Kinsho means gold prize, so you can't go without choosing a winner.

Tamagawa “Kinsho”

Kinoshita Brewery

A weighty, round, and full-flavored flagship daiginjo. Winning double gold domestically and in the US, this was Tamagawa's first export to the US. A great sake to pair with food. Kinsho means gold prize, so you can't go without choosing a winner.
ML.
720
VOL.
ALC.
17%
VOL.
Regular price $66.00

ABOUT THIS BOTTLE

TAMAGAWA KINSHO

Juicy, luxurious nose of strawberry, melon, Concord grapes, peach, sweet rice and powdered sugar. Lots of fruit and acidity, laced throughout with flinty minerality mixed with whiffs of apple and white peach. Solid body supports well-balanced layers of flavors.

TASTING NOTES

Rice Polishing Ratio

This sake is made from Yamada-Nishiki rice that has been polished to 50%.


HOW TO ENJOY

PAIRING

This sake pairs well with almost anything. Give it a try with your next dinner!

SERVING

Enjoy in a wine glass if served chilled. Hints of honey dew and minerality peeks through in a larger glass.

Founded in 1842, Kinoshita (Tamagawa) Brewery is definitely a brewery "doing interesting things" today. Kinoshita views each bottle as a work in progress. Time is the last ingredient they add to their sakes: each sake they produce is showcased in their newborn form as unpasteurized, unfiltered, undiluted (“3U”) limited editions, shipped throughout the winter brewing season as soon as they are pressed. From this starting point, they make a wide range of product styles which highlight the huge potential of sake, with time as a crucial ingredient.

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