Daiginjo "Echigo Sekkobai Kifukurokuju" -1800ml / 6btls-

Estimated price in your currency (Excluding TAX)
€519.14
In stock
SKU
15-020-ST-006-1800
/ 6 btls

€86.52 per bottle

JPY ¥66,900 (Excl. Tax) Rate: JPY 100 = EUR 0.78

Note: Invoice and payment will be charged in Japanese yen. Prices vary depending on the exchange rate.

Estimated Delivery Time : 10days - 15days.
Please note that there is a possibility of delay in delivery due to bad weather or customs clearance.

6
btls

We take Yamada Nishiki, considered the finest form of brewer’s rice, and polish it to 40% of its original content, then allow it to ferment at a low temperature. This delicacy makes a perfect gift to celebrate special occasions, prosperity, and long life.

TypeAromatic Type

GradeDaiginjo

BreweryHasegawa Shuzo

Detail
Summary
Volume 1800ml (per bottle)
Number of Bottles 6 bottles (as 1 case)
Body Full Body
Dry or Sweet Slightly Dry
Raw Material Rice,Rice malt,Brewing alcohol
Variety of Rice Yamadanishiki 100% (produced in Hyogo Prefecture)
Taste A fresh sweetness and aftertaste that unfurl in the mouth.
Aroma A rich and mellow aroma.
Detail
Suitable Temperature cold
Rice Milling Level 40%
Alcohol Percentage 17%
Sake Meter Value 3
Acid Degree 1.2
Chart

Score: 4

Aroma Low
High

Score: 4

Flavor Sweet
Dry

Score: 5

Body Light
Full

Nuts and Bolts

Pairs well with

  • sashimi
  • fried tofu
  • sukiyaki

Brewery Information

Hasegawa Shuzo

Brewery located in Hokuriku

Settaya, Nagaoka-shi, Niigata

Our firm was founded in the late Edo period. For 170 years, we have continued producing sake in the same location.

Production of fine sake requires a good climate and fresh water, which we have in spades here. This produces a clear, elegant aroma and a light smooth taste.

Our brewers produce the sake entirely by hand, drawing on their skills and experience to bring out the umami of the rice.

Photo - Hasegawa Shuzo
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