Fukucho "Seafood" Junmai Genshu
Saké - Nihonshu - 13% - 72 cl
It is thanks to the particular softness of the water of the Hiroshima region and the use of a white koji that the Fukucho "Seafood" Junmai Genshu can express a fresh and light profile with lemony notesRead more
It is thanks to the particular softness of the water of the Hiroshima region and the use of a white koji that the Fukucho "Seafood" Junmai Genshu can express a fresh and light profile with lemony notes. Made from an old variety of rice ; hattanso rice, more difficult to grow because it's longer.
Serve chilled, as an accompaniment to seafood, of course, but also creamy cheeses or fruit-based desserts.
Founded in 1868, Imada Shuzō brewery located facing the sea, in Hiroshima prefecture, is run by a Toji woman who prefers to brew according to ancient and traditional techniques.
Details Fukucho "Seafood" Junmai Genshu
Saké - Nihonshu
Honshu - Hiroshima
70% (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)
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