Classification

Ginjo

Brewery Description

Founded in 1689, Hinomaru Jozo is known for producing premium sake in small batches, using traditional artisanal methods that deliver full-bodied flavor. The brewery is proud of its unceasing commitment and devotion to the craft of sake production. The name Manabito means one who is "true blue," and pays homage to the skill and dedication of Hinomaru's master brewers.

Tasting Notes

Clean, Crisp, Refreshing! Its dry entry has a slight zest of grapefruit. Opens to reveal white stone fruits--nectarine or peach. A tease of white chocolate gives a surprising finish. Its unique character envelops a wide range of pairings that will bring out the best in everyday foods.

Food Pairing

This sake brings out the best in every day foods and pairs well with salads, white fish, ceviche, and citrus based sauce

Production Information
Milling percentage:
60 %
Alcohol:
14.1-16 %
Rice:
Ginno-Sei
SMV:
+3
Profile:
Dry
Acidity:
1.3
Water:
Soft
Serving Temperature:
Chilled
Size:
720ml
Production & Aging Practices
Aging Length:
6-12 Months
Aging Type:
Tank
Pasteurization:
Twice
Pressing:
Drip press/Shizuku

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