Detailed tasting notes: a Junmaï Daïginjo Genshu with a lively and crystalline nose, with aromas of green melon, muscat and white flowers. Juicy in the mouth, refreshing, we find these fruity sensations punctuated by fine notes of citrus zest. These elegant characteristics, classically associated with the category of Daïginjo, are generally accompanied by a marked sweetness. And it is precisely on this point that Shuho differs completely from the sake of its rank. Beyond the fruity sensations, we have an incredibly precise and dry sake, with a Nihonshudo of +10! Obtaining such a sake is a technical feat that elevates Shuho to the rank of unique products in the Daïginjo universe.
Tasting advice: it is easily associated with many culinary preparations. It accompanies the entire length of the meal, without tiring, and brings a lot of freshness.
Shuho is clearly different from the other sake of the Daïginjo category: beyond the beautiful fruity sensations of green melon and muscatel grapes, the floral notes, Shuho is a very mineral and incredibly precise sake. A very dry sake with a Nihonshudo of +10!
A Junmaï Daïginjo dry, mineral, tense!
秀鳳 純米大吟醸超辛口 秀鳳酒造場（山形県)
72cl - Alc. 17% Vol.