Amabuki Daiginjo AiyamaDaiginjo
Daiginjo made from the rare sake-brewing rice ‘Aiyama’ from Hyogopref. and the flower yeast from Aberia. Good balance with the savorytaste on your palate from the brewing rice and the spreading fruityaroma from the flower yeast.
The Fine Sake Awards, 2015: Gold Medal
Produced by Amabuki Shuzo, Saga Japan
Found in 1688, Amabuki Shuzo has been producing sake for 300 years, and its brewers, who have inherited skills accumulated during its long history, are earnestly making an effort to produce good sake using sake-brewing rice harvested in the fertile Saga Plain, mild river-bed water from the Sefuri-Tensan areas, and new flower yeast.
Name: Amabuki Daiginjo Aiyama
Rice-Polishing Ratio: 40%
SMV: +5 (dry)
Brewery Location: Saga, Japan
Serving Suggestions: chilled
Food Pairings: Seafood starter, slightly oily sashimi, sushi
Tasting Notes: On opening the cap, flamboyant sweet aroma spreads. Its rich flavor bursting on the palate and characteristic sharp aftertaste harmonize perfectly.