Fukucho Hattanso Junmai Ginjo
Saké - Nihonshu - 16% - 72 cl
Rich and full-bodied sake with a simple and refreshing finish, Fukucho Hattanso is a fresh junmai ginjo with fruity pineapple flavors. The Imada Shuzo house is the only brewery to use for making sake, one of the most difficult rice to growRead more
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Rich and full-bodied sake with a simple and refreshing finish, Fukucho Hattanso is a fresh junmai ginjo with fruity pineapple flavors. The Imada Shuzo house is the only brewery to use for making sake, one of the most difficult rice to grow ; Hattanso rice, ancestor of Hattanishiki.
Both for the aperitif and for dinner with seafood, this sake should be served chilled.
Founded in 1868, the Imada Shuzō brewery located in front of the sea in Hiroshima Prefecture is run by a Toji woman who prefers to brew using ancient and traditional techniques.
Details Fukucho Hattanso Junmai Ginjo
Saké - Nihonshu
Honshu - Hiroshima
60% (Rice grain remaining)
Brewery Imada Shuzo - Fukucho
Founded in 1868, Imada Shuzō is located in front of the Seto Inland Sea, in Hiroshima Prefecture, known as the historical cradle of ginjo sake making.
Built in the heart of the mountainous Chugoku region, in the village of Akitsu, known as a village where many toji (master blenders) and kurabito (brewery workers) come from, the brewery has the particularity of being managed by a woman Miho Imada, one of the few women toji in Japan.
Best served chilled (approx. 4 to 8°C)
Perfect as an aperitif to surprise or simply change
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