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Tatsuriki Junmai sake, vintage 2010
  • Tatsuriki Junmai sake, vintage 2010
  • Tatsuriki Junmai sake, vintage 2010

Tatsuriki Junmai sake, vintage 2010

Tatsuriki Junmai sake, vintage 2010

Réference : NISTAKU3-4-D

€49.50
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Tatsuriki Junmai sake is produced by Honda Shoten, a brewery located near the heart of Yamadanishiki rice production, known as king of sake rice. This brewery brings out the maximum authentic flavor of rice based on the idea that rice sake should have a rice flavor. Tatsuriki Junmai is only made with optimal rice for high quality sake production.
Tatsuriki Junmai sake is pure koshu.

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To benefit from the koshu categorization, sake must be matured for at least 3 years causing an evolution of the robe from pale to golden yellow or amber color and taste notes reminiscent of Madeira wine, sherry, with touches of caramel, vanilla…
The Maillard reactions between the sugars and amino acids naturally present in sake explain this evolution throughout maturing.
Legendary Shinriki sake rice is rehabilitated with this Tatsuriki Junmai sake.
This long-ripened sake is made with 100% Shinriki rice and a koji ratio 3 times higher than normal using a special and secretly preserved long ripening process.
This sake is matured to obtain rich, sweet aromas with a sweetness reminiscent of figs, honey, vanilla, and dried fruits.

Our perfect pairings : duck breast, venison, iberico bellota ham, Bigorre black ham, creamy bottarga, roasted pineapple, flambéed banana, chocolate tart, fig tart, figs baked in butter, apple baked in butter, blue cheeses, terrines and escalopes of foie gras .

NISTAKU3
Origin
Hyogo, Japan
Brewery
HONDA SHOTEN (1921)
Weight
180 ml net
720 ml net
Packaging
transparent bottle
Ingredients
Shinriki rice from Hyogo, malted rice
Storage
temperature below 25 ° C
Volume of pure alcohol
17%
Rice polishing ratio "seimaï-buai"
65%
Acidity
3.1
Appearance
amber color
Palate
rich, opulent, sweet, powerful notes of figs
Idéal tasting temperature
+5°C
Ideal temperature if roomed
+ 18°C to + 20°C
Service
wine glass
Category
Koshu Junmaï, licorous
Sake counter value (SMV)
-20
Excise category
I000
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

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