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Hakkaisan “Awa” Clear Sparkling

Niigata Prefecture

$69.00
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Champagne's arch enemy

In preparation for the Tokyo Olympics in 2021, Hakkaisan Brewing Company came out with Hakkaisan Clear Sparkling “AWA” specifically as a replacement for champagne. This sake is light, clear and, of course, bubbly. A secondary in-bottle fermentation adds to the effervescence which gently drops sweet, fruit flavor over your palate. We’re excited to open a bottle for the Olympics torch ceremony. In the meantime, Hakkaisan Clear Sparkling “AWA” can make any occasion a celebration. Who needs champagne anyway?

Characteristics

Category Daiginjo
Subcategory Sparkling
Taste Profile Rich & Sweet
Alcohol 13.0%
RPR ? 50%
SMV ? -5
Acidity ? 1.4
Values listed are at the time of production.

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Region

Hakkaisan “Awa” Clear Sparkling - Niigata Prefecture

Hakkaisan is brewed in Hokuriku region.

Taste Metrics

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Tasting Notes

  • Melon |
  • Pear |
  • Grapefruit
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Hakkaisan Brewery Company

Hakkaisan Brewery Company

Niigata Prefecture

Hakkaisan Brewery Company was founded in 1922 in the foothills of Hakkai Mountains, in an area with snow accumulating over 10 feet at times. The snowmelt water is naturally filtered by the mountain, providing water for the rice fields and for the elegant sake they produce. Their signature Niigata style is known as tanrei karakuchi, which is crisp, clean and dry, achieved by slow, low-temperature fermentation. They only use hand-made koji and produce in small batches, and their guiding principle is to produce sake of the highest quality that pairs well with food.

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