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Tobin Gakoi Junmai Daiginjo Kinpa sake Sake
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Tobin Gakoi Junmai Daiginjo Kinpa sake

Tobin Gakoi Junmai Daiginjo Kinpa sake

Réference : NISDIO16

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Tobin Gakoi Junmai Daiginjo Kinpa sake was specially designed to celebrate the 333 years of the creation of the Mitsutake Shuzojou Brewery. the mention "Tobingakoi" alludes to the fact filtration is done by gravity : sake flows naturally from the bags in suspension containing the moromi. Tobingakoi is a so-called "droplet" sake.

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It is a special sake, Junmai Daiginjo type, characterized by a beautiful and elegant aroma and a rich taste.
Slowly breaking down the rice into mashed moromi (water, rice, malted rice), paying special attention to temperature control and slowly fermenting it with long-term low temperature, sweetness, umami and acidity are perfectly balanced.
Moromi's puree is put in hanging bags for filtration (Shizuku-shibori), then the sake is received in a special 18 liter bottle (Tobin-gakoi), and aged for 3 years in the bottle.
At the end of these 3 years, the sake obtained is put in a barrel (Komodaru) used for special events in Japan.
This soft and light sake, with an elegant scent reminiscent of Japanese melon, with a rich and slightly sweet palate reminiscent of ripe persimmon, is recommended to accompany raw oysters and red snapper carpaccio, scallops or obsiblue shrimp carpaccio , sea bream sashimi ... It will also surprise you with a good Iberico acorn-fed ham, a creamy bottarga, a tuna mojama.
For dessert, it will accompany roasted pineapple, flambéed bananas, chocolate tart, a pan-fried apple in butter, dried or baked figs, pan-fried or baked raw rippened apricots.

NISDIO16
Origin
Saga, Japan
Brewery
MITSUTAKE SHUZOJOU
Weight
300 ml net
Packaging
barrel (glass), polyethylene covering
Ingredients
Yamada nishiki rice, malted rice
Storage
in the refrigerator between +2°C and +10°C
Volume of pure alcohol
15,8%
Rice polishing ratio "seimaï-buai"
40%
Kobo/yeast/Kyokai
Kyokai 1801
Acidity
1.4
Filtering
fukuro shibori : traditional method of drip pressing: the sake, placed in permeable bags, is collected drip, thus preserving a silky and elegant texture. It is pressing by gravity.
Appearance
amber color
clear
Palate
rich, slightly sweet of Japanese melon, ripe persimmon
Idéal tasting temperature
+5°C
Service
wine glass
Category
Koshu Junmaï Daiginjo
Sake counter value (SMV)
-4
Excise category
I000
Shubo (starter)
Sokujo
Recommandation
EXCESSIVE CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL IS DANGEROUS FOR YOUR HEALTH. DRINK WITH MODERATION. CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES DURING PREGNANCY, EVEN IN SMALL QUANTITY, CAN HAVE SEVERE CONSEQUENCES FOR THE CHILD’S HEALTH. THE SALE OF ALCOHOL IS FORBIDDEN TO MINORS UNDER AGE 18
MITSUTAKE SHUZOJOU

The Mitsutake Shuzojou brewery was founded in 1688. "Brewing sake is a human development": this is the definition of the company's philosophy. Under the slogan of "innovation of tradition", Mitsutake Shuzojou constantly strives to improve the quality of each product while preserving the tradition of sake brewing. These artisans are busy producing sake whose delicious flavor enriches people's feelings and makes them happy. All the water used for brewing their excellent beverages is high quality groundwater from the Tara Mountains. Under strict quality control, this water is used from washing raw materials to dilution.

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