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Ginjo

The kanji for Ginjo sake is 吟醸酒 and it translates to "delicately brewed sake".

Ginjo sake are brewed at low temperature for a prolonged period with rice, yeast, water and alcohol. The polishing ration for Ginjo sake is 60% or less. Ginjo sake has a characteristic flavor of fruity and lightness, sometimes even complex.

It is advised to only serve Ginjo sake chilled or at room temperature as heating will cause an inbalance with the aroma and taste!

  • GOZENSHU9 Yuzu Sake

    Gozenshu

    GOZENSHU9 Yuzu Sake

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    Gozenshu

    GOZENSHU9 Yuzu Sake

    $35.00

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    This sake is made from the finest, locally grown yuzu and blended with GOZENSHU9 Regular. It has a rich, sweet yet balanced citrus flavour.

    500ml

    Rice: Omachi
    Polish: 65%
    Alcohol: 9.0 %

     

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  • Kiminoi Junmai Ginjo Yamahai

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    Kiminoi Junmai Ginjo Yamahai

    $46.00

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    Kiminoi

    Kiminoi Junmai Ginjo Yamahai

    $46.00

    Serve chilled: 12-15° or warmed 45-50°C. Rich aromas, complex flavours, deep yet soft featuring earthier elements of nuts, grain, and chocolate and elegant clean finish. Goes well with full flavoured or rich dishes eg: tempura, grilled seafood with rich sauce.

    Grade: Junmai Ginjo
    Rice: Gohyakumangoku
    Polish: 58%
    SMV: +2
    Acidity: 1.6 Aminos: 1.5
    Alcohol: 15.0%

    From Niigata Prefecture.

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  • Manotsuru Junmai Ginjo

    Manotsuru

    Manotsuru Junmai Ginjo

    $55.00

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    Manotsuru

    Manotsuru Junmai Ginjo

    $115.00

    The nose of this sake is juicy fruity with hints of melon, lychee & pear. Middle bodied, silky smooth taste with gentle sweetness, and a hint of heat in the finish. Best served chilled and at room temperature. Goes well with vegetables, grilled food & cheese.

    Grade: Junmai Ginjo
    Rice: Gohyakumangoku
    Polish: 55%
    SMV: +3
    Acidity: 1.2
    Alcohol: 15.0%

    From Niigata Prefecture.

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    • Manotsuru Karakuchi Ginjo

      Manotsuru

      Manotsuru Karakuchi Ginjo

      $25.00

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      Manotsuru

      Manotsuru Karakuchi Ginjo

      $115.00

      This sake is a nama-chozoushu. It is left unpasteurized throughout the storage period and only heated at the bottling stage. Refreshing fragrance with rice-fruity aroma. Light, long and clean tail. 

      Grade: Ginjo
      Rice: Gohyakumangoku
      Polish: 55%
      SMV: +7
      Alcohol: 15.5%

      From Niigata Prefecture.

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    • Musashino Kasugayama Ten To Chi Junmai Ginjo

      Musashino

      Musashino Kasugayama Ten To Chi Junmai Ginjo

      $58.00

      A distinctive flavor with a clear and dry taste. Refreshing aroma with good length. Goes well with pork and other meat dishes. Drank chilled or slightly warm. 

      Grade: Junmai Ginjo
      Rice: Koshitanrei
      Polish: 60%
      SMV: +5
      Alcohol: 16.0%

      From Niigata Prefecture.

       

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    • Tenryohomare Karakuchi Ginjo

      Tenryohomare

      Tenryohomare Karakuchi Ginjo

      $19.00

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      Tenryohomare

      Tenryohomare Karakuchi Ginjo

      $49.00

      This is a gentle, dry sake which gives a rounded balance and crisp taste.

      Grade: Ginjo
      Rice: Miyamanishiki
      Polish: 55%
      SMV: +8
      Alcohol: 14.9%

      From Nagano Prefecture.

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