About the brewery :
Yoshimura Hideo Shoten is located in the town of Iwada, north of Wakayama. Established in 1915, it produced up to 25,000 goku, or 4.5 million bottles per year, and owned several breweries, not only in Wakayama, but also in Hyogo. After the Kobe earthquake in 1995, it stopped production at the other sites and began to produce only at its home location. In 2004, Kura was further reduced in size to focus on quality. Today, they produce only 500 goku, or 90,000 bottles per year.
Tasting advice: to be enjoyed on its own, but also during the meal and with different accompaniments: fresh with fine sashimi, or even heated with strong tasting dishes, meats and sauces.
The nose is delicate and elegant, with fruity notes, and it is on the palate that this Yamahaï asserts itself: well structured, with complex and mature aromas, slightly oxidative thanks to 3 years of ageing in the cellar. Relatively dry for a Daïginjo, it is powerful, full-bodied, well balanced and elegant.
A well-structured and easy-to-match Daiginjo
72cl - alc. 16.5% vol.
車坂 山廃純米大吟醸 吉村秀雄商店（和歌山県）