Masuda Shuzoten

Iwase Prefecture, Japan

Founded in the year 26 of the Meiji era under the name Iwaizumi, the brewery later changed its name to "Masuda Shuzo", the name of its founder Masuda Masuizumi. It was one of the first Kura to produce Ginjo-style sake, more than 40 years ago, at a time when this category was as little known as the methods of making it. The tradition continues today thanks to the remarkable work of today's Toji, Mr. Hatakana, 72 years old!


brasserie de saké Masuda Shuzoten

Masuda Shuzoten sakes
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Iwase Prefecture, Japan


Founded in the year 26 of the Meiji era under the name Iwaizumi, the brewery later changed its name to "Masuda Shuzo", the name of its founder Masuda Masuizumi. It was one of the first Kura to produce Ginjo-style sake, more than 40 years ago, at a time when this category was as little known as the methods of making it. The tradition continues today thanks to the remarkable work of today's Toji, Mr. Hatakana, 72 years old!



brasserie de saké Masuda Shuzoten

Masuda Shuzoten sakes
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<p style="text-align: justify;">This sake is made by one of the most famous "Nototoji", the elite of toji. The nose is sophisticated, floral and fruity. In the mouth, a rich umami is brought by Yamadanishiki rice. It is fruity and slightly sweet, but keeps a nice minerality; the overall sensation is rather that of a dry sake.<br /><br /><strong>A rich umami for a fruity, sweet, and lively sake.</strong><br /><br /><span style="color: #9b9b9b;">満寿泉 純米吟醸 桝田酒造店(富山県)</span><br /><span style="color: #9b9b9b;">72cl - alc. 15.5% vol.</span></p>

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