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Junmai Umeshu (72cl)
  • Junmai Umeshu (72cl)

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Weight: 1275g

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Junmai Umeshu (72cl)


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Yoshikawa-toji no Sato
Joetsu (Niigata)
Rice variety
Yamada Nishiki
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Keep in a cool place and away from light. Sake has no expiration date, but we recommend drinking it within one month of purchase to get the most out of its flavors.

A junmai plum sake with a restrained sweetness, giving way to a fresh acidity, a plum smell and the umami of rice. The plums used are Koshi no ume from the city of Joetsu, which has been given a special agricultural appellation by the city of Niigata.
The meeting of junmai sake "Arigatashi" - using 100% premium sake rice Yamada nishiki - and Joetsu plum. In addition to its rich and deep flavor, its freshness and pleasant acidity surprise. The palate is elegant, refined like a quality wine.  

Joetsu's plums
The plums used are Koshi no ume from the city of Joetsu, a variety that has been given a special agricultural appellation by the Japanese Ministry of Agriculture. In order to get the most out of their flavours, the ripe plums are carefully selected when they are macerated.

Rediscover the umeshu (less sweet)
Lower than in a traditional umeshu, the low sugar content makes this umeshu more delicate. As for a quality wine, the sweetness in the mouth is pleasant and does not stick.

Perfect for the aperitif
Its refreshing acidity and fruity taste make it ideal as an aperitif, leaving the palate available and stimulating the appetite. To be enjoyed slightly chilled during the summer months.

Yoshikawa Brewery

Founded in 1998, Yoshikawa Brewery's mission was to increase the awareness of agricultural products in the ancient city of Yoshikawa. Nicknamed "the Toji's native land" since it has been making sake since 1691 and produces Koshihikari rice that can almost rival that of Uonuma. Yoshikawa is also the leading producer of sake rice in Niigata Prefecture. The Brewery uses local rice, local brewing techniques and pure groundwater from the beech forests of Mount Ogamidake to produce "truly exquisite sake".

Consume in moderation.
Alcohol should not be consumed by pregnant women.