The history of the Akashi brewery dates back to the end of the Tokugawa period (1600-1867), when the factory that originally produced the soy sauce decided in 1918 to devote itself to rice processing into sake. Making the most of what the beautiful surroundings of the Hyogo region could offer, she began to produce sakes whose quality only improved over time. Today, it is an international recognition that earns him a reputation and allows him to develop a wide range of very qualitative products.

  • Product Type Sake Nihonshu
  • Category Daïginjo
  • Alcohol Alc. 17% Vol.
  • Format 72cl bottle
  • Producer Akashi Sake Brewery
  • Region Pref. of Hyogo
  • Tasting temp. Cold
  • Aromatic profile Rich, powerful

Akashu Taï Yamadanishiki

For this sake, it is a Genmai rice (unpolished) Yamada Nishiki that is used. A demanding technique because it requires a double spray of rice. A sake which is in addition koshu (aged, here 3 years). Delicious complexity and density, with herbaceous notes of straw, honey and well-ripened fruits.

A deep and complex Koshu Genmaï.

明石 鯛 玄 米 山田 錦
72cl - Alc. 17% Vol.

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  • Sake Nihonshu
  • Daïginjo
  • Alc. 17% Vol.
  • 72cl bottle
  • Akashi Sake Brewery
  • Pref. of Hyogo

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Akashu Taï Yamadanishiki

Akashu Taï Yamadanishiki

For this sake, it is a Genmai rice (unpolished) Yamada Nishiki that is used. A demanding technique because it requires a double spray of rice. A sake which is in addition koshu (aged, here 3 years). Delicious complexity and density, with herbaceous notes of straw, honey and well-ripened fruits.

A deep and complex Koshu Genmaï.

明石 鯛 玄 米 山田 錦
72cl - Alc. 17% Vol.