Sweet and rich.
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Rich dark color, woody aroma and complex finish.
I had the distinct honor of meeting the president of Miyagi Prefecture’s Katsuyama Sake Brewery, Mr. Jihei Isawa, earlier this year. I tasted several of his sakes and can report they were a revelation! Isawa-san was kind enough to sit down for an interview and he was enthusiastic to introduce me to his line of […]
The most special of a line of very special sakes. This is a “centrifuge” sake… mash is separated from the sake using a space age and expensive centrifuge machine. This sake is amazingly complex with wonderful opportunities for pairing with both western and eastern cuisines. DO NOT miss this sake if you get the chance […]
A study in “Junmai” style sake from an outstanding sake brewery. Refined and delicious – Junmai for everyone!
Light texture and a wonderful crisp finish when chilled. delicious example of a classic junmai daiginjo with an amazing 35% milling rate.
Light fragrance and the perfect sake for dinner parties! this is a balanced Junmai Ginjo with a 50% milling rate. yes – balanced and delicious – a tremendous value and great with food. enjoy!
New York Vintners Hosts: East Meets West – Katsuyama Brewery at NY Vintners January 23 at 1-3pm Saturday, January 23rd, New York Vintners will host a special guest and provide an incredible opportunity to taste super premium sakes unavailable in the United States. Mr. Jihei Isawa, Vice President of Katsuyama Brewery, will be in the […]
Brand: KATSUYAMA (勝山) Brand: SHATOーGAKUTO (シャトーガクト) Brand: SENSHOMASAMUNE (戦勝政宗) Brand: SENKATSUYAMA (撰勝山)
We have around 50 different nihonshu from many different prefectures in japan. We import it ourselves. We have visited 90% of the shuzo and have relationships with all of them. Shuzos include Gozenshu (Okayama), Kounotsukasa (Aichi), Kuheiji (Aichi), Koshigoi (Chiba), Hourai (Gifu), Imada (Hiroshima), Eikoo (Ehime), Miyoshikiku (Tokoshima), Gassan (Shimane), Kinmon (Akita) and Katsuyama (Sendai). […]