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Taiyozakari Daiginjo (20cl)
  • Taiyozakari Daiginjo (20cl)
  • Taiyozakari Daiginjo (20cl)

Ref. 4993850220987

Weight: 575g

Silver medal at the International Wine Challenge 2018.

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Taiyozakari Daiginjo (20cl)

4993850220987

Data sheet

Brewery
Taiyo Sake Brewery
Brand
Taiyozakari
Category
Daiginjo
SEIMAIBUAI (amount of rice left after milling)
40%
Region
Murakami (Niigata)
Rice variety
Koshitanrei
Alcohol content
15°
Bottle size
20 cl
Nihonshudo
+3
Sando (acidity)
1
Drinking temperature
Chilled
Normal
Conservation
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 Daiginjo sake 100% Koshitanrei from Niigata, using rice grown by the Taiyo house. This limited edition sake is based on Daiginjo that have won numerous prizes in numerous competitions. It is characterized by a sublime aroma, a voluptuous taste and a beautiful aftertaste.


Pairings : Goes well with dishes based on Yuzu, lemon or lime, as well as simple and naturally flavoured dishes Gelatin noodle salad, Happosai, Raw oyster with lemon, Ball of chopped fried shrimps.


Awards : Silver Medal at the International Wine Challenge (IWC) 2018, Sake category.
International Wine Challenge (IWC) 2019, category "Sake" Sake recommended of the tournament


*Box not included with the product for home delivery.



Taiyo Brewery

Founded in 1945 by merging 14 local sake breweries, the Taiyo Brewery includes them in operation since 1635, a history of which it is particularly proud and which it strives to honor by continuing this tradition unabated.  As the 10th largest producer of Ginjo sake in the country, Taiyo Sake Brewery has focused early on harmony with the kitchen, offering a range from premium sake to everyday table sake.


La maison Taiyo-shuzo



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

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