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NV Dassai 23 Junmai Daiginjo 300ml

NV Dassai 23 Junmai Daiginjo

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To craft the ultimate Junmai-Daiginjo sake, we polished down Yamada-Nishiki rice to 23%. Delivering delicate floral aromas with a palate reminiscent of honey and an elegant lasting finish.

We will be donating a portion of the sales of the Dassai Beyond and Dassai 23 series (1.8L/100yen, 720ml/50yen, 300ml/20yen, 180ml/15yen) to medical professionals, fighting on the front line against the new coronavirus.

Yamada-Nishiki rice, polished down to 23% of the original grain size.
- Distiller's Notes

Producer: Asahi Shuzo - Dassai
Website: www.asahishuzo.ne.jp/en/

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Price: $79.99

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Varietal: Yamada Nishiki ???
The King of Sake Rice: Sake made with Yamada Nishiki rice tends to be fragrant, fruity, elegant, and complex. It also polishes extremely well making it adept at making light and fruity ginjo-shu.

Country: Japan
Japan is best known for producing sake rice wine which it has produced for centuries. However, recently Japan has received recognition for it's contribution in the areas of beer and whisky as well. But Sake remains the best known of Japanese wines. Although it is commonly called rice wine, its production process is more similar to beer than wine, as starch (not fructose) feeds the fermentation process. Undiluted sake reaches alcohol levels higher than beer or wine, as high as 20% alcohol by volume.

Region: Yamaguchi Prefecture
Located south of Hiroshima, near the warm southern tip of Japan. Home to the famous Dassai kura.

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Type: Sake