Miyakobijin Shuzo Usagi Namagenshu Hyogo Sake - Grain & Vine | Natural Wines, Rare Bourbon and Tequila Collection

Miyakobijin Shuzo Usagi Namagenshu Hyogo Sake

$ 35

Uehara Brewery Furosen Wataribune Sake is an exquisite junmai daiginjo sake, meticulously brewed by the esteemed Uehara Brewery. This sake is crafted using the Wataribune variety of rice, a rare and ancestral rice strain revered for its suitability in premium sake making. Furosen Wataribune embodies the brewery's dedication to traditional brewing methods, coupled with a passion for innovation, resulting in a sake of unparalleled quality and taste.

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Nose: The aroma is delicate and alluring, typical of a junmai daiginjo. It presents a beautiful bouquet of floral and fruity notes, with hints of ripe pear and melon. These are elegantly complemented by a subtle sweetness and a light umami character, making the nose both inviting and complex.

Palate: On the palate, Furosen Wataribune sake offers a silky and smooth texture. The taste is a delightful interplay of gentle sweetness and balanced acidity, showcasing the depth and purity of the Wataribune rice. Flavors of fresh fruit, particularly apple and pear, are harmonized with a hint of rice's natural richness, creating a refined and well-rounded profile.

Finish: The finish is clean, crisp, and refreshing. It leaves a light and pleasant aftertaste, with lingering notes of fruit and a subtle minerality. This finish makes the sake incredibly approachable and enjoyable, perfect for a variety of occasions and pairings.

Uehara Brewery Furosen Wataribune Sake is more than just a beverage; it's a celebration of Japanese sake brewing artistry. Ideal for sipping chilled, it pairs beautifully with a wide range of cuisines, from traditional Japanese dishes to more contemporary international flavors. This sake is a testament to the Uehara Brewery's commitment to quality and their reverence for the rich heritage of sake making.