Detailed tasting notes: a clear sake, with very slight silver to gold highlights. The nose is fresh, lively, on flowers and white flesh fruits, pineapple, citrus fruits, apple. The mouth is supple and rich, we find fruits on acidulous notes reminiscent of candy. The whole expresses itself on a beautiful sensation of freshness. It evolves on cereal notes slightly drier. A greedy and thirst-quenching Daïginjo. The finish is clear, the fruity notes are oriented on more maturity and complexity. The palate remains very fresh and pleasantly perfumed.
Tasting advice: Lively and fruity, Shichiken Junmaï Daiginjo brings us into the superior sake of Yamanashi Meijo. To be enjoyed chilled, in a glass of port, as an aperitif or during dinner. Accompany it with delicate dishes, raw or cooked fish, white meats, cheeses and creamy desserts.