This is a textbook gorgeous daiginjo. We get jasmine, fuji apple, and slate on the nose. The palate is extremely endearing, juicy, with a sparkling acidity, notes of white peach, mango, and light floral honey. Dreamy! This culminates in a burst of fresh cream and vanilla on the finish, while finishing dry, quickly, and refreshing.
We are very pleased to be carrying the Tedorigawa brand at our shop for the first time ever! Yoshida Sake Brewing's reputation for pristine water and local rice precede them; this century-and-a-half old family owned brewery was the feature of 2015 documentary film 'The Birth of Sake.'
- Brewed in Ishikawa, Japan by Tedorigawa
- Daiginjo Nama
- Seimaibuai (rice kernel remaining): Yamadanishiki, Ishikawamon 45%
- ABV 16-17% / SMV: +4 / Acidity: 1.2
- 24 fl oz (720ml)