NV Rihaku Shuzo Origin of Purity Namazake Junmai Ginjo

Sake - 720ML
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Color & Type Sake
Varietal Sake
Country Japan
Region Chugoku
Sub-region Shimane
Vintage NV
Size 720ML
Percent alcohol 17%
Closure Screw Cap

This 9998 Rihaku Shuzo Origin of Purity Namazake Junmai Ginjo is a captivating sake that exudes elegance and purity. Hailing from the Shimane sub-region within the Chugoku region of Japan, this sake showcases the exceptional craftsmanship of Rihaku Shuzo, a renowned producer dedicated to producing exceptional sakes.

In the glass, this sake displays a mesmerizing white color that is reminiscent of fresh winter snow. The clarity is remarkable, allowing the light to dance through the liquid, creating a stunning visual display. As you raise the glass to your nose, the enticing aromas of delicate florals and ripe fruits waft through the air. Notes of white peach, melon, and honeysuckle intermingle with hints of jasmine and cherry blossom, creating a bouquet that is both enticing and intriguing.

On the palate, this sake delivers a harmonious balance of flavors and textures. The initial sip reveals a delightful sweetness that is quickly followed by a subtle acidity, providing a refreshing and invigorating sensation. The flavors of peach and melon shine through, accompanied by nuances of lychee, green apple, and a touch of minerality. The mouthfeel is velvety and smooth, with a medium body that coats the palate in a luxurious embrace.

The finish is long and satisfying, leaving a lingering impression of sweetness and freshness. The 17.0% alcohol content is well-integrated, adding a gentle warmth without overpowering the delicate flavors of the sake. This 9998 Rihaku Shuzo Origin of Purity Namazake Junmai Ginjo is a true masterpiece that showcases the artistry and skill of Japanese sake production. Pair it with delicate seafood dishes, such as sashimi or sushi, to elevate your dining experience to new heights.