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HEAVENSAKE “Hakushika” Junmai Ginjo
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HEAVENSAKE “Hakushika” Junmai Ginjo

Hyogo prefecture

$39.00 
$39.00
$37.05 member price
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Teamwork makes the dream work

This sake is a product of the collaboration of Regis Camus, the world-famous cellarmaster at Maison Rare Champagne, and Hakushika. Together they deliver a sake that fills the senses with the essence of blossoming flowers and cocoa. This flavorful combo is presented with a light, dry texture that fades into a gently sweet aftertaste. For the full experience, serve chilled in a wine glass alongside some sashimi.

Characteristics

Brand HEAVENSAKE
Brewery Tatsuuma Honke Brewing Company
Category Junmai Ginjo
Subcategory N/A
Taste Profile Light & Dry
Rice variety YamadanishikiHitomebore
Yeast variety N/A
Alcohol 16.0%
RPR ? 50 - 60%
SMV ? +2.0
Acidity ? 1.4
Values listed are at the time of production.

Serving Temperature

The best serving temperature of HEAVENSAKE “Hakushika” Junmai Ginjo is cold (40-60°F).
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Region

HEAVENSAKE “Hakushika” Junmai Ginjo - Hyogo prefecture

HEAVENSAKE is made in Hyogo prefecture in the Kinki region.

Taste Metrics

Tasting Notes

  • Flower

    Flower
  • Cocoa

    Cocoa

Recommended Pairing

  • Sushi/Sashimi

    Sushi/Sashimi
  • Cheese

    Cheese

Tatsuuma Honke Brewing Company

Established in 1662, Tatsuuma Honke Brewing Company has a long history filled with stories. The brewery began with a well they dug that provided them with exceptional quality water. Their brand Hakushika means “white deer”, and is a symbol of good luck and longevity. Their premium sake brand, Kuromatsu, was named in 1920. They’ve progressively sought sake to be enjoyed overseas, and even had a sake brewery in Colorado from 1992-2000. Currently in the 15th generation, they remain a strong leader in the future of sake by keeping the tradition in Nadagogo, a key place in the history of sake.

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