[SALE] Junmai Daiginjo "Rokkon Hisui" -720ml / 3bottles-
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・2013 International Wine Challenge Gold Award
・2014 International Wine Challenge Silver Award
・Slightly dry with an elegantly silky finish
・The perfect accompaniment to a meal
A classic sake made using traditional techniques. Produced with subterranean water from Mount Iwaki, Rokkon Hisui maintains the earthy aroma of rice through minimal polishing that perfectly matches its smooth and mellow flavor — a sake that’s worth returning to time and again.
bottles[SALE] IWC-Winning Sake Assortment Set 3rd Edition -5bottles-€174.60Including Tax
bottles[SALE] Junmai Daiginjo "Rokkon Hisui" -720ml / 1bottle-€38.44Including Tax
|Volume||720ml (per bottle)|
|Number of Bottles||3 bottles (as 1 case)|
|Dry or Sweet||Medium|
|Raw Material||Rice, Rice malt|
|Variety of Rice||Hanaomoi|
|Taste||Full-bodied flavor and just the right amount of sourness|
|Aroma||A faint floral fragrance|
|Prize||2013 International Wine Challenge Gold
2014 International Wine Challenge Silver
2016 International Wine Challenge Commended
2019 The Fine Sake Award Japan Gold
|Rice Milling Level||40%|
|Sake Meter Value||2|
|Amino Acid Degree||0.8|
Nuts and Bolts
Pairs well with simple flavors.
Sake Sommelier Comment
A straightforward sake for uncomplicated palates.
This understated addition to our repertoire speaks volumes through its international accolades and premium Daiginjo classification.
Matsumidori Brewery -Aomori-
Brewery located in Tohoku
Komagoshimachi, Hirosaki-shi, Aomori
Located in the Tsugaru Region of Aomori, Matsumidori Brewery, the creator of Matsumidori, Rokkon, Reiho, and Deka, has won numerous awards. With respect to the historical background of the brewery, the current brewers continue to faithfully maintain our dedication to traditional techniques and craftsmanship. Our values include the careful use of limited natural resources and the relentless pursuit of reliability, safety, and health. We are committed to passing on the delicious flavor of authentic SAKE, made using traditional methods that don't rely on machinery, to future generations. Specifically, our policies are to use as much of the whole rice grain as possible, as our ancestors did, thus preserving its natural flavor; to conserve fuel by using efficient production processes; to ensure reliability, safety, and health by using all natural ingredients; and to avoid getting swept up in the trends, instead continuing to provide the same timeless flavor of Japanese SAKE. Although these policies can, at times, require us to invest several times more labor and time than would otherwise be necessary, we are committed to following traditional SAKE brewing. Finally, by using groundwater from the Shirakami Sanchi Region and Mount Iwaki and rice from Aomori, and by putting these ingredients through a strict production process, we create a product that could only be made in our brewery in Hirosaki, Aomori Prefecture. Our goal is unchanging: to create sake that offers unexpected delight on top of unmistakable consistency, and a sense of nostalgia arising from the simplicity and depth of flavor.