This delicious brew is produced in one of the smallest breweries in Japan. But size isn’t everything, and this is proof. The fine aroma of orange blossoms and muscat grapes gives way to a soothing softness that ends with a quintessential acidity. Like a tree that adds a fresh new ring of life each year, each brewing season adds another batch of top-notch sake for you.
Yamada is brewed in Gifu Prefecture in the Chubu region.
Yamada Shoten is one of the smallest breweries in Japan, but makes up for it in abundance of passion. They follow the motto “Mukashi no Manma” which translates to “the way it used to be, unchanged.” Three generations of the Yamada family carry on the tradition of making sake using methods that have been passed down for over a hundred years. They bring dedication to representing their home in Gifu by using local Alps yeast and Hidahomare rice grown in the region. With these ingredients the toji, Masaki Uno, works tirelessly to fine-tune every step of the brewing process. Toji Uno sees every task as crucial, putting his soul into each delicious batch of sake.