Ichishima Ginnoyorokobi Daiginjo N/V

One of the most prominent breweries in the Niigata region, Ichishima Shuzo has been owned and operated by the Ichishima family since its founding in 1790. This illustrious clan played an important role in the history of the region, at one time operating a pharmaceutical company, shipping agency and financing business in addition to the brewery. In the 1700's the Ichishimas were one of the five biggest land holding families in the country, and it is said that one could walk the 40 miles from the brewery to Niigata city without leaving Ichishima property. The brewery continues to draw on its long history and access to local ingredients to produce some of the highest quality sake in a region known for premium production.

Tasting Notes

The pinnacle of sake, with the gold medals to prove it. Delicate aromatics of green fruit and fresh roses continue onto the palate. With a creamy texture and long finish, this sake is complex and delicious. Pair it with simpler dishes such as sushi, or enjoy it alone as its flavors evolve over the course of the bottle.

Food Pairing

Pairs well with simpler dishes such as sushi, or enjoy it alone as its flavors evolve over the course of the bottle.

Analytical Data
Alcohol
16.2 %
Acidity
1.2 g/L
Production & Aging Practices
Sake Classification
Daiginjo
Serving Temperature
Chilled
Size
720ml
Profile
Semi-Dry
Milling Percentage
35
Pressing
Sakabune
Pasteurization
Twice
Aging Length
6-12 Months
Aging Type
Bottle
Classification
Daiginjo
Rice
Koshi Tanrei
Water
Soft
Yeast
Proprietary yeast
SMV
3

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