Sayori Nakadori Junmai
Saké - Nihonshu - 14,5% - 72 cl
Produced by Asahara, a small traditional brewery founded in 1882, Sayori sake is a junmai which means without the addition of alcohol, and a nakadori which means that only the heart of the press was used to its production.Read more
Produced by Asahara, a small traditional brewery founded in 1882, Sayori sake is a junmai which means without the addition of alcohol, and a nakadori which means that only the heart of the press was used to its production.
Rather fruity and iodized, this nihonshu will suit all curious who wish to experience sake.
Sake or nihonshu is a japanese alcoholic beverage containing 14 to 17% of the volume, made from a brewing of water, yeast and steamed rice with approximately 20% was at first inoculated with a fungus in order to allow a better fermentation.
Details Sayori Nakadori Junmai
Saké - Nihonshu
Honshu - Saitama
70% (Rice grain remaining)
Brewery Asahara Shuzo
Founded in 1882 by Zenjiro Asahara, the brewery was established in the small village of Ogose in Saitama Prefecture.
Located in the heart of a mountainous region with preserved fauna and flora, Asahara Shuzo was originally a sake house which today offers a wide range of alcoholic beverages from sake to shochu, including the famous Nigori fruit liqueurs, but also wine and beer.
Minerality that will remind you of a white wine such as Sancerre or Riesling
Best served chilled (approx. 4 to 8°C)
Notes of peach, apricot, apple, pear, plum, ...
The right accompaniment for your poultry dishes, kebabs, pork, ...