ABOUT THIS BOTTLE
ARUGANO BRANCA ISSEHARA
Lemon-yellow tint with slight pink veil, low viscosity. Unlike the general rep of Koshu wines having little aroma, this has a rich abundance of aromas. Elegant and juicy aromas of white floral and ripe white peach, satsuma mandarin, green apple, asian pear, all balanced with the youthful acidity of lime and pink grapefruit. It has a gentle sweetness, smooth acidity balanced with Japanese citrus fruits and minerality.
Wine Type: White Wine
Varietal: Koshu Grape
HOW TO ENJOY
Black cod marinated in miso, Grilled sea bass, Sushi (sea urchin, salmon, shrimp), grilled pork.
Gently chilled, at about 53°F-57°F and served in a wine glass.
KATSUNUMA WINERYLEARN MORE
Katsunuma Winery dates back to 1937 and have dedicated themselves to Koshu wines; in fact, every one of their white wines are made with Koshu grapes. They could be called the Koshu Whisperer: they really know how to work with Koshu grapes. Their single-minded passion for Koshu wines have attracted national and international acclaim and market, and today, their Koshu wines shine a beacon light on the future of Japanese Koshu wines. In fact, they are arguably the reason Koshu wines even have a global market today.