【SALE】Junmai Ginjo "Kinshi Masamune" -720ml / 3btls-
€19.89 per bottle
JPY ¥7,400(Incl. Tax) Rate: JPY 100 = EUR 0.81
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• 2-time gold medal award winner
• Medium body with bright aroma
• Slightly sweet with crisp flavor
• Pairs well with cheese and roast chicken
Winner of the US National SAKE Appraisal gold medal, as well as the Anuga Wine Special’s gold award, Kinshi Masamune brewery’s SAKE of the same name boasts an elegant flavor. Thanks in large part to the slow fermentation of 100% Iwai brewer’s rice, the result is an award winning junmai ginjo.
|Volume||720ml (per bottle)|
|Number of Bottles||3 bottles (as 1 case)|
|Dry or Sweet||Slightly Sweet|
|Raw Material||Rice, Rice malt|
|Variety of Rice||Iwai|
|Taste||An elegant and crisp flavor|
|Aroma||A bright ginjo aroma|
|Prize||Gold Medal, US National SAKE Appraisal (2015)
Gold Award, Anuga Wine Special (2017)
|Suitable Temperature||Around 10-15°C|
|Rice Milling Level||55%|
|Sake Meter Value||3|
|Amino Acid Degree||1.2|
Nuts and Bolts
Pairs well with nuts, spicy dishes, and oily dishes. Pairs well with ripened cheese and roast chicken.
About this Products
- Anuga Wine Special, Gold Award (2017)
- U.S. National SAKE Appraisal, Gold Medal (2015)
This SAKE is wrapped in gold for a reason. Kyoto-based Kinshi Masamune brewery's namesake Junmai Ginjo is meticulously fermented at low temperatures to produce a bright, slightly sweet aromatic SAKE.
Its creamy fragrance is thanks to the use of Kyoto's special Iwai brewer's rice. We suggest pairing the wonderfully crisp and elegant flavor with spicy dishes. Kinishi Masamune Junmai Ginjo is best served chilled, preferably from a glass to enjoy the well-rounded bouquet.
SAKE Sommelier Comment
A display of delicacy for the senses, the subtle bouquet leaning toward melon and floral notes combines with a semi-dry finish and balanced acidity to create an effortless companion to a light meal.
Kinshi Masamune -Kyoto-
Brewery located in Kinki
Shimmachi, Fushimi-ku Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
In 1781, Kyubey Matsuya, the first-generation founder, was deeply involved in the history of classical Kyoto cuisine in the area south of the Imperial Palace. The SAKE is refined and bright, made using water from Kyoto, a place of scenic beauty. This SAKE is perfect for pairing with Kyoto cuisine, the treasure of Japan’s old imperial capital. The brew is prepared in Fushimi, Kyoto, using the signature Tokiwai-no-Mizu water and traditional brewing methods. This SAKE is evolving as we enter a new era. The Kishin Masamune brand was launched in 1896, taking its name from the Order of the Golden Kite award.