Daiginjo "Kimibandai" -720ml / 12btls-
€43.68 per bottle
JPY ¥65,000(Excl. Tax) Rate: JPY 100 = EUR 0.81
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"The elegant aroma of autumn..."
・Recommended SAKE at the International Wine Challenge 2016
・Light-bodied with a fruity aroma
・Smooth taste from high-grade rice
・Pairs well with sushi and steamed vegetables
The Kanto region’s very own Tanaka Shuzoten brewery, located in Ibaraki, brings an aromatic type daiginjo impressive enough to received a recommendation from the International Wine Challenge. Experience balanced flavor and bold aroma in a light body.
|Volume||720ml (per bottle)|
|Number of Bottles||12 bottles (as 1 case)|
|Dry or Sweet||Medium|
|Raw Material||Rice, Rice malt, Distilled Alcohol|
|Variety of Rice||Yamadanishiki|
|Taste||This sake has a light and smooth taste, with a vivid aroma.|
|Aroma||A fruity aroma suggestive of apples.|
|Prize||Recommended sake, IWC2016 Daiginjo Category.|
|Rice Milling Level||40%|
|Sake Meter Value||3|
Nuts and Bolts
Utilizing the renowned Yamada-nishiki rice that is widely regarded as the key ingredient in the highest quality SAKE, the result is the Kimibandai daiginjo–a well-crafted brew that is sure to invoke images of leaves changing colors with every sip, thanks to the strong aroma of apples conjuring the spirit of the fall harvest.
While the scent of this brew can be quite powerful, the taste and texture are, in contrast, quite smooth and light.
SAKE Sommelier Comment
While this SAKE can be served anywhere between 5°C to 20°C, colder temperatures help to amplify the fruity aroma, so we suggest to serve as chilled as possible, and pair with your favorite light pasta, grilled meat, steamed vegetables or sushi dish.
Tanaka Shuzoten -Ibaraki-
Brewery located in Kanto
Toride, Toride-shi, Ibaraki
Founded in 1655. Since its founding, the brewery has steadfastly focused on the production of Japanese SAKE. This brewery was bestowed the brand name Kimibandai by the Meiji Emperor in 1884. The name means, “may Japan prosper long.” So long as Japan continues to thrive, so, too, will we produce SAKE.