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Grape juice Yamanokibudo Kanjuku late harvest Fruit juice

Grape juice Yamanokibudo Kanjuku late harvest

Grape juice Yamanokibudo Kanjuku late harvest

Réference : NISVSA1

€23.90
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Grape juice

This fruit juice is sweet, smooth, thick, very rich, extremely fruity.

Growing wild in harsh climatic environment of the Tohoku region on the side of mountains, Crimson Glory grape has long been considered the "native super fruit of Japan".

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Grape juice Yamanokibudo Kanjuku late harvest

This very rare grape species is native to Japan.

The botanical name of Crimson glory is Vitis coignetiae and it first appears in the Kojiki, the oldest history book of Japan (712 BC).

It is one of the only two native Japanese vine species, together with "Koshu".

Grapes are very small in diameter (8 mm) and take 6 long years to ripen, which increases the rarity value. Harvested grape contains up to 8 times more polyphenols than other grapes, 7 times more calcium, 7 times more dietary fiber, 3 times more iron, 3 times more potassium, 10 times more Β-carotene and 10 times more vitamin E.

It is also very rich in procyanidin, a powerful antioxidant agent.

 

Yamanokibudo kanjuku is the fruit of a late harvest, harvested at maturity and then matured under vacuum for 3 years to improve thickness and smoothness.

Tartaric acid, which causes undesirable tastes, is naturally precipitated for 3 years, after which only the top layer of juice is bottled.

These time- and labor-intensive processes produce the best grape juice.

No added sugar, no preservatives, no artificial colors or flavors of any kind.

Cooks will appreciate the rich aromas and flavors, the elegant sweetness.

 

Our perfect pairings : Yamanokibudo kanjuku can be mixed with soda, milk, wine, beer, sake (Japanese rice wine) or shochu (Japanese distilled spirits).

It can be consumed cold or hot. Reduced, this juice will accompany escalopes of foie gras, red meats, game, scallops, poached fruits (pears, peaches) ...

It will inspire pastry chefs (mousses, bavarois, creams ...), ice cream makers (granita, sorbets, ice cream), chocolate makers, cocktail bars ...

NISVSA1
Origin
Iwate, Japan
Weight
600 ml net
Packaging
glass flask
Ingredients
100% Crimson Glory grapes from late harvest
Storage
in a dry and cool place
protected from light and heat
Nutritional values
Per 100 ml : energy 69 kcal (295 kJ) ; fat <0,5g, of which saturates < 0,01g ; carbohydrate 16,6g, of which sugars 16,6g ; protein <0,5g ; salt <0,01g.
Quality
no added sugar
no additive
no coloring
no preservative
Recommanded use
Chocolate
Cocktail
Cooking
Ice Cream
Pastry
YAMANOKIBUDO

Grape juice Yamanokibudo This very rare grape species is native to Japan. The botanical name of Crimson glory is Vitis coignetiae and it first appears in the Kojiki, the oldest history book of Japan (712 BC). It is one of the only two native Japanese vine species, together with "Koshu".

Fruit juices with no added sugar, no preservatives, no artificial colors or flavors

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